Innodisk announces new 16 GB DDR4 memory modules

Innodisk announces new 16 GB DDR4 memory modules

Innodisk has announced a new crop of its DDR4 memory modules that now come with industry-leading 16 GB of capacity under the hood. The new memory runs at 2133 MHz and allows more memory to be installed in embedded systems, industrial PCs and servers. In addition the new memory has ECC for more reliability and special 30 micrometer Gold Finger connectors, thermal sensors and protective conformal coatings.

“16GB is the highest capacity unbuffered DDR4 module available on the market,” said Samson Chang, Vice President of Embedded DRAM Business Unit of Innodisk. “We’re proud that Innodisk is able to provide this memory capacity while bringing the performance and low power benefits of DDR4 to the embedded and server markets. In addition, we’re bringing extra value to our industrial customers with Innodisk features like onboard thermal sensors and protective coatings.

The new memory has a standard profile height of 30.0 mm for SODIMM and 31.25 mm for UDIMM and runs at 1.2V, which is the standard voltage for DDR4. The 30 micrometer Gold Finger connectors, however, are 10 times thicker than JEDEC’s specifications so the surface of the new memory is extra reliable.

No word on pricing as of now so you will have to check with Innodisk or a company representative near you.

Source: Innodisk

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