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ADATA Technology Co., Ltd.
Native name
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IndustryComputer storage
Computer memory
Mobile accessories
Founded2001; 19 years ago (2001)
FounderLi-Pai (Simon) Chen
ProductsMemory Cards
USB Flash Drives
External Hard Drives
Solid State Drives
Mobile Accessories
LED Lighting
Number of employees

ADATA Technology Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 威剛科技股份有限公司) is a publicly listed (3260:TAI) fabless[1] Taiwanese memory and storage manufacturer, founded in May 2001 by Simon Chen (Traditional Chinese: 陳立白). Its main product line consists of DRAM modules, USB Flash drives, hard disk drives, solid state drives, memory cards and mobile accessories. ADATA is also expanding into new areas, including robotics and electric powertrain systems. In addition to its main ADATA brand, the company also sells PC gaming hardware and accessories under its XPG brand.

In 2017 ADATA was the second-largest DRAM module manufacturer in the world[2] and had a market capitalization of US$680 million.[3] In recent years ADATA has extended its business to Europe and the Americas, while competing strongly with Samsung in Asia.

Product lines[edit]

ADATA's latest power banks on display at Computex Taipei 2018


  • DRAM Modules for desktop and notebook PCs
  • Solid State Drives
  • External Storage (HDD, SSD, Enclosures)
  • USB Flash Drives
  • Memory Cards / Readers
  • Power Banks
  • Car / Wireless / USB Chargers
  • USB / Micro USB / Lightning Cables
  • Media Adapters

XPG (Gaming)

  • Solid State Drives
  • Memory
  • External Storage (SSD)
  • Gaming Accessories (Mouse, Mousepad, Keyboard, Headset)


  • Solid State Drives / Flash Storage
  • Card / UFD / Embedded
  • XPG DDR4 RGB memory module
    DRAM Modules


  • Home Lighting
  • Industrial / Commercial Lighting
  • Smart Lighting
  • Lighting for Outdoor Activities


  • Two-Wheel
  • Four-Wheel
  • Industrial


  1. ^ Vättö, Kristian. "Interview with ADATA's President Shalley Chen".
  2. ^ "The Global Sales Revenue of DRAM Modules for 2017 Recorded a Significant Growth of 69% Thanks to Rising ASP, Says TrendForce". Retrieved 2018-08-16.
  3. ^ "ADATA Consumer". Retrieved 2018-08-20.