Kingston is a brand renowned for introducing encrypted devices and memory products that help strengthen the security landscape. The top DRAM module supplier in the world, Kingston has an estimated 72.17 percent market share.
At Gitex 2019, the company presented their Supermicro server upgraded with the latest Intel Cascade Lake processor, along with promoting all the memory modules of the portfolio, such as 2933MHz modules and their DC SSD product line. Kingston will also be highlighting NVMe SSDs in servers, accompanied by live demos of their encrypted USB’s.
I had a chance to chat with Antoine Harb, Team Leader, Middle East and Africa at Kingston, and he elaborated on how data protection has become a baseline requirement for most businesses in these times. He spoke on how Kingston constantly explores new solutions for organizations to improve and successfully gain control and visibility of their security environment by mitigating risk in today’s digital world.
Kingston’s recent offerings in the performance SSD space like the Data Center 500 (DC500R / DC500M) Series of solid-state drives. High performance 6Gbps SATA SSDs using the latest 3D TLC NAND, the Data Center 500 series is designed for Read Centric and Mixed-Use server workloads, combining performance predictability with rigorously tested reliability.
Antoine elaborated on how gaming was key to the brands focus, and ran us through the latest in their gaming focused memory devices including the Hyper X Fury DDR4 and the Predator DDR4, which feature speeds up to 4600MHz for an extreme performance upgrade