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Samsung Announce 32GB DDR3 Memory

Samsung Electronics has just announced that it has developed the world's first 32GB DDR3 memory module, confirming its leadership in advanced memory technology. It using Using 50nm manufacturing technology. According to the company, the new solution has been specifically build to meet the performance requirements of server systems, and, in that perspective, it has been designed with an operating voltage of 1.35 volts, reducing the power usage in mass storage computing environments. Meant for server systems, the new memory module comes as a green solution for some of the upcoming high-end products that are expected to provide business users with higher levels of performance.

“Compared to the 8GB memory modules used in today’s servers, our new module packs an eco-sensitive wallop with four times the density at significantly reduced power levels and no increase in the overall footprint,” said Jim Elliott, vice president, memory marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. “For data centers, it’s a powerhouse in energy efficiency and performance,” he added.

According to Samsung, the new 32GB memory module has been designed using the company's 50nm-class 4GB DDR3, providing costumers with an operating voltage of 1.35V, which improves throughput by 20 percent over a 1.5V DDR3. In addition, according to Samsung, the new memory module delivers new levels of energy efficiency, making them suitable for some of the more energy-efficient “green” systems.

The new 32GB registered inline memory module (RDIMM) has been developed using seventy-four 4GB DDR3 chip dies, with the help of the aforementioned Samsung 50nm-class DRAM production technology. This makes up for the nine quad-die package (QDP) 16GB DDR3s mounted on each side of the PCB (printed circuit board), for a total of 32GB.

Samsung's latest release confirms an ongoing market trend for the adoption of the DDR3 DRAM, which is expected to account for 29 percent of the total DRAM market this year, 75 percent by 2011, according to recent estimations from IDC.

source: softpedia.com

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