InnoDisk Unveils The DDR4-2666 Server Memory For Intel’s Purley Platform




/ 4 years ago

InnoDisk

InnoDisk is a leading memory manufacturer which provides essential solutions for server clients. Recently, the company unveiled new DDR4-2666 modules, designed for server applications on the upcoming Purley platform which launches sometime in 2017. The DIMMs employ Samsung ICs which contain a new system circuit architecture to deliver higher performance and lower power consumption.

Samson Chang, Vice President of Embedded DRAM Business Unit of Innodisk said about the memory kit:

“For years, Innodisk has been dedicated to developing and manufacturing industrial grade memory modules, and we have never stopped introducing industry leading products,”

“We are proud to introduce the industry’s first DDR4 RDIMM with an initial speed 2666 MT/s. It will optimize the Purley platform and maximize its performance. Innodisk will continue to develop more advanced product specifications in the future, allowing us to have the most complete product line amongst our competitors. Our goal is to support our customers various needs and lead the industrial systems upgrade.”

On another note, the modules are compliant with JEDEC standards and operate at 2666 MT/s with a voltage of 1.2V. Also, the product is available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB with larger capacity options being unveiled in Q1 2017.


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