Wednesday, April 2nd 2014

ADATA Moves Quickly on New DDR4 Specification

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, has announced the launch of new DDR4 modules. Working in close cooperation with Intel, ADATA has successfully developed and launched DDR4 RDIMM (ECC Registered DIMM) that are fully compatible with the newly announced, next generation platform of Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 product family.

Coming in densities of 4, 8 & 16 gigabytes, the new modules run at 1.2 volts, and at a frequency of 2133 MHz. The higher clock frequencies, faster data transfer rates, and low voltage operation of DDR4 memory make it especially suited for use in the growing cloud server, storage and networking application fields.

According to Jacky Yang, Product Manager at ADATA: "We are enthusiastic about the great potential of this new DDR4 specification, and we will move quickly to bring this new technology to our customers. Currently in development are DDR4 versions of ECC SO-DIMM, VLP RDIMM, & LRDIMM, so we look forward to providing the stability and reliability that ADATA is known for in a low voltage and high performance package."

With this launch of DDR4 RDIMM, ADATA not only shows its commitment to the industrial and enterprise application markets, but also demonstrates the company's determination to meet the planet's need for energy-conserving, eco-friendly memory solutions.
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4 Comments on ADATA Moves Quickly on New DDR4 Specification

#1
Hood
Adata is a company to watch in the coming months, they seem to be stepping up in the flash market. I recently bought one of their RAM kits (XPG V2 16GB 2400MHz) and one of their SSDs (Premier Pro SP900 128GB), both were the cheapest price in their category ($140 for the RAM, $70 for the SSD), and both perform perfectly. The RAM kit even booted at 2666 without changes to any other settings (didn't bother to tweak for stability, I prefer to use the XMP profile). The SSD makes my budget i3 system real "snappy", like a good SSD should. I'll be buying more of their products in the near future.
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#2
haswrong
yea, a-data seems to be waking up from a long deep slumber with a decision to benefit the customer without robbing him first..
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#3
Jorge
Intel and RAM makers are desperately hoping data centers sign up for DDR4 so they can rake in some cash. It will take years before most companies get on board. For servers DDR4 is OK but it offers nothing tangible to the desktop compared to LV DDR3. That however won't stop the technically challenged from buying it. Those are the folks the RAM and mobo makers count on to generate lots of cash.
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Prima.Vera
Those are just like the 1066Mhz DDR3 at their time. Slower than previous gen, but costing more.
Wake me up when they are releasing 4+ GHz of those DDR4.
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