Kingston has gained Intel Platform Validation for its upcoming DDR5 UDIMMS. This is the first, and perhaps most essential, step in proving compatibility between Kingston DDR5 memory products and Intel DDR5 systems.

Kingston receives Intel Platform Validation

Intel Platform Validation

Kingston’s first DDR5 memory portfolio will be the first in a series of high-performance, low-to-high-capacity, numerous form factor solutions supporting DDR5-based platforms that will be released over the following year.

Kingston is giving over 10,000 DDR5 UDIMM samples to major motherboard manufacturers and technology partners in support of the platform launch after designing the next generation of DDR memory. Kingston is helping to lay the groundwork for a successful product launch by assisting partners early on.

Kingston has been the memory brand of choice for customers for more than three decades. According to the latest sales rankings from analysis firm TrendForce, Kingston was recognised as the top third-party DRAM module provider in the globe earlier this week.

This is Kingston’s 18th straight year at the top of the rankings, confirming the company’s position as a market leader. With new platforms on the horizon, Kingston is preparing to release a line of DDR5 memory modules that will improve speed, data integrity, density, and scalability for years to come.

Kingston memory comes with a limited lifetime guarantee, free technical assistance, and the company’s famed reliability. Visit the Kingston website for additional information. For more information on the Intel Platform Validation, visit here.