Thursday, November 26, 2015

Samsung has started the mass production of the industry's first 128GB(DRAM) modules for servers




Samsung Electronics Co.'s 128-gigabyte DDR4 module 

Global chipmaker Samsung Electronics Co. said Thursday it has started the mass production of the industry's first 128-gigabyte dynamic random access memory (DRAM) modules for servers with enhanced capacity and speed.

The latest development is double the capacity of the 64-GB DRAM module that Samsung launched in August last year.

Samsung said the latest 128-GB DRAM module beats other rivals also in speed and power efficiency, providing optimal solutions for servers and data centers. The module is composed of 144 8-gigabit DDR4 chips produced by Samsung's 20-nanometer technology.

The company said it will continue to increase the production of 8-gigabit chips to meet growing demand in the market.


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