Dedication to Quality

Kingston invests millions in the development and testing of its modules today to reduce your total cost of ownership tomorrow. The resulting performance, stability and long-term reliability are among the reasons Kingston server memory has become a worldwide industry standard. With over thirty-five years of memory expertise, and as an industry leader, Kingston has the knowledge and resources to support your server memory needs.

Testing: Above and Beyond

100% testing is a cornerstone of Kingston's commitment to delivering the most reliable memory you can buy.

In addition to the full suite of tests Kingston Technology performs on its memory, every Kingston server module must pass Dynamic Burn-in Testing. This proprietary process is designed to simulate three months of heavy server use at higher temperatures under full workloads to force potential memory defects to manifest in Kingston’s factory, and not in the data center. Learn more

Solutions for Every Need

Kingston has a solution to fit your server needs. Whether it’s our Server Premier industry standard memory for your white-box or a true equivalent memory solution for your Cisco, Dell, HPE, or Lenovo branded server, Kingston has you covered.

Kingston DRAM Manufacturing Tour
Kingston DRAM Manufacturing Tour

Take a virtual tour of Kingston’s manufacturing floor to see how DRAM memory modules are made.

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Server Premier Memory

Server Premier Memory

From the world’s independent memory leader

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Manufacturer Qualification

Kingston works with leading server motherboard manufacturers to qualify its server memory for their platforms. Kingston also works with Advanced Validation Labs (AVL) to provide compatibility certification on a select list of server boards.

Accelerating Modern Data Centers and Hyperscale Computing

Server Premier modules are manufactured using a locked Bill of Materials (BOM), which is ideal for those who use or build white-box systems and require a consistent brand and revision of DRAM.

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Full BOM control

All active components locked

Manufacturer Certification

Tested and qualified on leading server motherboard/system manufacturers

Product Change Notification (PCN)

45 to 90-day notice

Platform Validation

Validated on Intel® and AMD server platforms

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System Specific Kingston Memory for OEM Branded Systems

System Specific - Kingston Memory for OEM Branded Systems

From the world’s independent memory leader.

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Kingston System-Specific Server Memory

Our system-specific server memory is ideal for customers who use OEM branded server systems.

Guaranteed Compatibility

Kingston system-specific server memory is designed and tested to guarantee compatibility with the server or class of servers of the world’s leading manufacturers.

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Why upgrade?

The easiest way to improve performance is with a memory upgrade. Consider upgrading if you’re implementing a new database program, adding commerce functionality to your company’s website, adding users to an application or if you, like many companies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, are faced with an increasing virtual workload.

Upgrading your server’s memory can serve larger databases, provide faster responses for those using the cloud and improve speed for applications living in memory.

Latest Platforms

Intel® Xeon® Scalable Platform 1st/2nd Generation (Purley)

Intel® Xeon® Scalable Platform 3rd Generation (Cedar Island)

Intel® Xeon® Scalable Platform 3rd Generation (Whitley)

AMD 3rd Generation EPYC (Milan)

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Virtualization

By increasing memory, you allow more virtual machines and can also increase allocation to maximize your existing hardware. Virtualization lowers total cost of ownership and more memory for VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, means a faster response when apps sit in memory.

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