Like many industries, DRAM manufacturers have been profiting in 2020 thanks to the increased demand for laptops and desktop computers, which has suddenly caused many people to work and learn from home. Kingston was once again sitting at the helm of the masses, representing 78% of the total market.
According to TrendForce, notebook shipments will increase 26% in 2020. This, along with the jump in desktop shipments, means an increase in demand for dynamic memory. Module revenue grew nearly 5 percent year-over-year to $16.9 billion, up from $16.1 billion in 2019. The $13.2 billion revenue DRAM module created in 2020 has a 78% market share. Despite increasing its revenue by about 2% last year, Kingston lost some market share last year compared to 2019, but only 2.33 -. TrendForce wrote that the company adopted a relatively conservative sales strategy during 2020 in response to uncertainties in the market affected by the pandemic.