The DRAM memory in the world is mainly in the hands of Samsung, SK Hynix and Meguiar. They often take the lead in mass production of memory with advanced technology. In particular, Samsung only ships 16GB memory before it. Now it’s time to grab the market. According to industry news, Kingston’s server premier product line has the production capacity of 16GB memory (single capacity of 2GB), and is preparing to mass produce 16GB DDR memory module. Kingston has no memory granule production capacity, but they are the world’s largest memory module, with a share of 80.33% in the global third-party memory module market, ranking first for 17 consecutive years. < / P > < p > considering such a large volume, Kingston has more advantages than other manufacturers in the purchase of memory particles (Kingston buys wafers to package them). This time, the 16GB chips purchased from Meguiar, and the two sides did not disclose the specific price. However, it is expected that Kingston’s price may be the price of cabbage. < / P > < p > at present, Kingston has planned new products based on this kind of memory, and has begun to accept orders. With a larger core capacity, compared with the previous generation of 8GB core memory, the 16GB version memory chip has lower power consumption and longer service life, and the cost of data center will also be reduced, and the capacity will be greatly increased. “Our market leading position enables us to work closely with partners and suppliers, and help educate and guide customers to the 16GBIT module, which will greatly promote the growth of cloud computing, edge data centers and 5g networks,” said IWONA zalewska, business manager of DRAM for Kingston technologies Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen