Silicon Power Computer & Communications, Inc. is a world-class manufacturer and vendor of memory and storage products. Incorporated in 2003, the firm has a headcount of more than 500 employees. Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company has production facilities in its home region, and its global footprint extends into the Balkans, China, India, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, and the United States.
The firm’s personal electronics portfolio features memory modules, USB drives, cables, SD and CF cards, power banks, portable solid-state drives (SSDs), earbuds, wireless speakers, and car chargers. The brand’s business products include DRAM and NAND modules, flash chips, and MLC and SLC cards.
The company’s target markets are aerospace, personal electronics, cloud computing, casino gaming, healthcare, retail, transportation, military, networking, surveillance, industrial machinery, and video games.
Silicon Power has grown into a globally renowned provider because it is a service-driven vendor that strongly values product quality. Because the firm handles design in-house, it offers personalized service to ensure the success of its clients’ new product introductions (NPIs). As a vertically integrated manufacturer, the brand directly oversees its automated manufacturing facilities to certify its output is consistently excellent.
The firm also placed itself at the leading edge of the microelectronics industry by investing heavily in its technological advancement. For this reason, the company regularly expands its lineup with innovative new items.
For example, Silicon Power recently unveiled the UD70 PCIe Gen 3x4 NVMe SSD, a best-in-class offering for a few reasons. The product boasts a state-of-the-art dual cooling system that keeps user data safe from high temperature and speed fluctuation damage. The item also features a maximum read speed of 3.4GB/s while its write speed tops out at 3GB/s.
Available in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities, the UD70 Series is a fantastic memory solution for gamers and video editors.
Already a prominent player in the worldwide memory sector, Silicon Power’s future looks bright and boundless.