Home / Channel / ADATA turn a profit in Q4 2011

ADATA turn a profit in Q4 2011

ADATA Technology, a company who focus on memory products has posted positive results for Q4 2011. This follows a disappointing Q3 when they posted a negative result.

There is not much profit in memory right now, but higher cost gaming memory delivers the best margin.

While ADATA have released many varied products this year, such as Solid State Drives and power supplies, 40% of their consolidated revenue is based around DRAM. They are focusing marketing resources on server DRAM and Solid State Drives in 2012. They are offering new SX900, SP900 and SP800 Solid State Drives this year.

ADATA are the OEM manufacturer of memory for other companies.

Kitguru says: 2012 will be an interesting year for ADATA.

Become a Patron!

Check Also

Luke and Leo Get Technical (Ep6) – New AMD EPYC & Ryzen 3 Rumours

Things are looking busy for AMD. Last week saw new set of EPYC processor SKUs released, and we've also seen leaks and rumours pointing to an impending release of Zen 2-based Ryzen 3 3000 processors. And Luke and Leo talk about the prospect of a Zen 2-based desktop APU akin to what we see from the new Ryzen 4000 Mobile APUs...