updated 10/22/2012 12:05PM
Kingston Technology celebrates 25 years
Fountain Valley-based technology company Kingston Technology this month marks 25 years in the technology sector, during which time the company has evolved into the leading third-party memory manufacturer worldwide. The company started in October 1987 by CEO and co-founder John Tu and COO and Co-founder David Sun.
It began with two men and a single memory product, but today Kingston has 2,000 memory products and operates with nearly 4,000 employees. As an independent world leader, the technology firm provides third-parties with computer and device memory, which includes USB drives, flash cards, solid-state drives and memory. The company’s commitment to quality and loyalty guides its great success with customers, partners and vendors to which Kingston owes its success.
“It is a great and humbling feeling to be a part of this company. The best aspects of the last 25 years here have been the people who work here, our partners and all of the great relationships we have been a part of,” Tu said. “I am truly amazed by the thought of where we started and where we are today, and look forward to the next 25 years.”
Kingston currently has manufacturing facilities in California, Taiwan and China along with sales representatives in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, China and many other countries throughout the world.
Kingston celebrates it legacy by holding a contest in the US, Canada and throughout the EMEA with the opportunity to design a USB Flash drive and a grand prize of $2,500 along with other prizes including a two $250 solid-state drives and a Kingston 25th anniversary USB drive.
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