Innodisk’s newest ruggedized DDR4 2666 Wide Temperature DRAM series focuses on tough conditions of edge applications.
Edge computing is an integral concept of IoT. These IoT and edge computing applications need industrial-grade, high-performance DRAM modules that can work in harsh environments. Innodisk’s new DDR4 2666MT/s wide temperature DRAM series is, therefore, designed to satisfy the need for performance in the outermost edge-computing devices.
The new DRAM series is available in capacities from 4GB to 16GB, and perfectly designed for all industrial applications including rugged servers, fanless systems, mission-critical applications, surveillance, and networking.
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The 2666 Wide Temperature series come in unbuffered (with and without ECC) and buffered modules, and strictly uses Original ICs only, according to the firm.
The modules are compatible with the newest Intel Mehlow and Purley server platforms, as well as Coffee Lake.
Samson Chang, Innodisk’s Global VP of DRAM, says: “DDR4 2666 will eventually become the standard specification on the market. With this move, we have already secured a good position to supply the current and future IoT and edge computing demands for industrial-grade, high-performance DRAM modules.”
“We are seeing opportunities in the decentralizing trends of edge computing and IoT as computational power moves further and further out. Our new 2666 DDR4 series will spearhead our push in the European, Middle Eastern and Chinese markets,” says Samson Chang.
Innodisk 2666 DDR4 Wide Temperature Registered DIMM is now available from 4GB to 16GB.
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