ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today launched a new line of DDR3L ECC SO-DIMM server memory modules, boasting low voltage, large densities, and rapid processing capability. They are designed and engineered especially for cloud computing solutions, and can greatly minimize the power consumption of a wide range of network systems.
A new kind of server is becoming increasingly needed for website hosting and mission critical applications. Micro-servers are a new type of server suited for the special workloads of data centers. Starting in the second half of 2009, many large data centers and information service suppliers have begun to use micro-servers. Micro-servers are taking an increasingly important role in small site dedicated hosting, lightweight web serving, and simple content delivery. Many semiconductor manufacturers have announced plans to enter the micro-server market, and are expected to release new low-power processors for use with high density servers.
According to Jacky Yang, product manager at ADATA, "ADATA DDR3L ECC SO-DIMM fully meets the requirements of most high density and energy efficiency micro-servers. They are also the first memory module running at 1.35V that can fully support low voltage CPUs and make the most of processing efficiency and computing density." He concludes "The entrance of these new Server DIMM modules are evidence of ADATA's commitment to reduced costs and sustainable operating models for large data centers worldwide."
Small Outline-DIMM (SO-DIMM)
- Model: DDR3L
- Speed: 1333, 1600 MHz
- Density: 4, 8 GB
- Voltage: 1.35V
- Compliance: RoHS and JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council)
- Intel Bromolow/ ATOM platform support