Tuesday, June 24th 2014

ADATA to Display New SSDs, DDR4 Memory and High Capacity Memory

ADATA Technology Co., Ltd., is honorably invited by Intel as a strategic partner to the Grantley New Platform Workshop. During the 4 day event taking place on June 24th & 25th in Hillsboro, Oregon and July 9th & 10th in Hudson, Massachusetts, ADATA will proudly demonstrate the latest DDR4 server DIMMs, DDR3 LR-DIMMs, and complete product line of 2.5" SSDs and PCIe SSDs. One of the primary showcases will be server grade DDR4 R-DIMMs supporting the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 series with the features of up to 16 GB density, 1.2V low power consumption, and maximized 2133 MHz high speed transmission. ADATA's DDR4 product line includes DDR4 RDIMMs, VLP R-DIMMs, LR-DIMMs, and ECC SO-DIMMs.

In-memory computing stores data on memory chips rather than hard drives removes any performance bottleneck caused by traditional storage. ADATA DDR3 LR-DIMMs 64GB and R-DIMMs 32GB (with Invensas DFD technology) support In-memory computing with high capacity and outstanding performance. In Intel New Platform Workshop, ADATA will demonstrate DDR3 LR-DIMMs, which deliver up to 64GB capacity for Intel Xeon processor E5 V2 family-based servers, and increase total memory capacity by up to 1.5 TB to fulfill In-Memory Computing application.

With transfer speeds up to three times faster than SATA 6 Gb/s, the support for the latest LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) technology, and maximum storage capacity of 2 TB per platter, ADATA's new PCIe SSDs in the 2.5" and M.2 2280 specifications are ideal for a wide array of enterprise and business server applications. ADATA will showcase comprehensive 2.5" and M.2 solutions during the workshop.
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3 Comments on ADATA to Display New SSDs, DDR4 Memory and High Capacity Memory

#1
Prima.Vera
2133 for DDR4 is like 1066 for DDR3.
Seriously...
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Scrizz
by: Prima.Vera
2133 for DDR4 is like 1066 for DDR3.
Seriously...
1.2v ^_^
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#3
Yorgos
by: Prima.Vera
2133 for DDR4 is like 1066 for DDR3.
Seriously...
That's what also happened when DDR3 was introduced to the market, so do not have any high hopes for the first batches of the DDR4.
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