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Kingston cuts NAND product pricing by up to 15 percent

Posted on Monday, February 06 2012 @ 21:28:14 CET by


Good news as DigiTimes reports that Kingston has reportedly cut prices for all of its NAND flash products, including SSDs, USB flash drives and memory cards, by up to 15 percent.
In response, Kingston indicated that its planned price adjustments are to coordinate chip suppliers' shift to more advanced process technologies for production growth. Kingston added that in 2012, the company aims to enhance its presence in the NAND flash market segment.

Kingston did not confirm the rates for its upcoming price reduction.




 



 

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