Innodisk, new DDR5 modules for industrial applications are coming

Innodisk, new DDR5 modules for industrial applications are coming


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Well-known manufacturer Innodisk has announced the arrival of new industrial-grade DDR5 modules designed for “5G, deep learning, artificial intelligence, edge computing, smart medical, super-computing and mission-critical applications”.

Taiwanese company's press release highlights the benefits of DDR5, including the theoretical maximum transfer rate of 6400 MT / s, 1.1V voltage that will save energy and increase die capacity up to 64Gb, bringing the maximum potential capacity for a single DIMM to 128GB. However, the exact specifications of its new modules have not been provided.

It's only towards the end that things get interesting with Samson Chang, corporate VP and GM of Innodisk's global embedded and server DRAM business unit, who talks about "original IC, anti-sulfur, heat sink and coating technologies with industrial grade reliability" for DIMMs, which will be used by hyperscalers and the industry for "5G, deep learning, AI, edge computing, smart medical , super-computing and mission-critical applications ".

Ultimately, Innodisk will market DDR5 DIMMs with special heat sinks and coatings, the latter typically used for purposes such as improving water and dust resistance in harsh environments that can be found in industrial environments. It is also expected that other measures will be used to increase the long-term reliability of DIMMs in difficult conditions. Currently, the DDR5 modules available on the site do not have heat sinks, are not ECC and are available in capacities of 16GB and 32GB up to 4800 MT / s.

If you want high performance memory modules, Crucial Ballistix Max DDR4-4000 are available on Amazon at a discounted price.

Innodisk poised to post record 2Q21 revenue

Specializing in industrial flash storage, memory module maker Innodisk is poised to see its second-quarter revenue hit a record high, according to market sources.

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