Kingston and Authorized Partners to Bring High-Quality Storage Solutions to Philippines

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March 22, 2019

Kingston Technology teams up with channel partners to promote the authorized partner program in Philippines. Ranked as the World’s NO.1 memory module manufacturer for the third-party memory market for the 15th consecutive year by IHS and DRAMeXchange with a 68% marketshare in 2017, Kingston teams up with over 300 authorized stores and nearly 500 brand ambassadors to bring the complete full line up and sweet promotions to Philippines.

Since the launch of authorized partner program, Kingston now have over 300 authorized stores nationwide in Philippines. Well trained brand ambassadors will guide you to the most suitable storage solution provided by Kingston, which will continue to bring you seasonal special promotions here. In additional, Kingston aims to provide free technical support as well as reliable warranties through our authorized partners.

Kingston also showcased full line up products on site, including the full rebranded Canvas memory cards, a variety of portable solutions, and system upgrade solutions for both everyday users and corporate users.

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