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ADATA Industrial Launches Industrial-Grade DDR5 RDIMMs

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ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories has today launched new industrial-grade Registered DIMM (R-DIMM) DDR5 memory modules. This completes a full suite of industrial-grade DDR5 including U-DIMM, SO-DIMM and now R-DIMM modules designed for the latest Intel 12th Generation processors, and future DDR5 platforms.

ADATA industrial-grade R-DIMM DDR5 memory modules are suitable for a wide range of applications, including 5G backhaul equipment, AIoT, High-Performance Computing, Server, Data Center, Edge Computing, Networking, Surveillance and more. DDR5 is expected to account for 90% of the global memory market by 2026, and ADATA's DDR5 memory is ready to support the growing demand for reliable, high bandwidth memory.



Fast, Power Efficient, Up to 32 GB Capacity
ADATA industrial-grade R-DIMM DDR5 memory modules utilize original Samsung ICs and offer capacities of 16 GB and 32 GB. DDR5 performs at twice the bandwidth compared to DDR4, with data transfer rates of up to 4800MT/s, while also operating at a lower 1.1 V for improved energy efficiency.

ADATA industrial-grade DDR5 memory modules feature on-module Power Management ICs (PMIC), which improves power management and provides a more stable power supply with per-module granularity. DDR5 ICs also feature on-die ECC and each module features thermal sensors to ensure generationally better operational reliability.

Reliability Infused
Each ADATA industrial-grade DDR5 memory module uses 30µ PCB gold plating for improved signal transmission, plus anti-sulphuration protection, and conformal coating technology for resilience against pollution, dust, and humidity for better long-term reliability.

Customer-centric Approach
ADATA can also tailor its industrial-grade DDR5 memory modules with technologies such as ECC, VLP DIMM, and wide-temperature operation to meet the diverse needs of customer applications.

For more information, visit the product pages of the DDR5 RDIMM and the DDR5 SODIMM.



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Only a basic 4800MHz modules? Shame on you, JEDEC standard supports much higher frequency. With 4800MHz the performance is not much higher than with DDR4 to justify higher price.
 
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Only a basic 4800MHz modules? Shame on you, JEDEC standard supports much higher frequency. With 4800MHz the performance is not much higher than with DDR4 to justify higher price.
At the moment it's the highest officially supported speed by the only DDR5-capable processor on the market. Anything over DDR5-4800 on Alder Lake is overclocking. Sapphire Rapids probably won't go any higher.
We'll get better modules in the future, just like with DDR4.
 
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This news is about registered DDR5 without ECC (on-die ECC doesn't count). What kind of platform does it fit in?
 
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