Corsair Gaming, Inc., commonly referred to as Corsair, is an American computer peripherals and hardware company headquartered in Fremont, California. The company, known previously as Corsair Components and Corsair Memory, was incorporated in California in January 1994 as Corsair Microsystems and was reincorporated in Delaware in 2007. Corsair designs and sells a range of products for computers, including high-speed DRAM modules, ATX power supplies, USB flash drives, CPU/GPU and case cooling, gaming peripherals, computer cases, solid-state drives, and speakers.
Corsair maintains[when?] a production facility in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, for assembly, test, and packaging of select products, with distribution centers in North America, Europe, and Asia and sales and marketing offices in major markets worldwide. The company trades under the ticker symbol CRSR on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Lockdown orders associated with COVID-19 pandemic, and the rise in demand for computing equipment, including the computer gaming sector, led to a significant short-term increase in Corsair's revenue.
Highest paying job titles at Corsair include Category Manager, Channel Marketing Manager, and Digital Product Manager