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Super Talent rolls out new low-profile DDR3 memory module

Written by IT News on 3:47 AM

one of the world's leading suppliers of flash-based storage and DRAM memory modules, today announced the launch of its new, very low profile (VLP) DDR3-1333 Registered DIMM, specifically designed to meet and design of the current server. The new modules are targeted at servers with compact and low profile cases, with the results of the latest DDR3 memory technologies.

"We have this product for high density servers and embedded systems where space within the chassis is very limited," said Super Talent Marketing Director Joe James. "VLP modules also useful in 1U servers because of their small physique, improves airflow in the chassis."

According to the technical specifications for these new modules from Super Talent, customers will benefit from the outcome of the DDR3 memory chips on a module that is registered only 0.72 cm long, about half of what a standard DDR3 module measures. In addition, low profile design of new solutions is also a noteworthy feature that should be considered in relation to shipping and the environmental impact of the modules. Volga Super Talent, the VLP DIMM's gebruiken 40% less PCB materiaal te produce a weegt ongeveer 20% less in vergelijking met Standaard DDR3 geheugenmodules.

Like all of the company server DDR3 memory, the new VLP modules are designed with a built-in JEDEC standard thermal sensor in EEPROM, designed to measure the temperature of the module. This feature ensures that the module operates within normal parameters and gives a stable result for the server.

No word on price yet, but Super Talent the new module, part number W13VB2G8x already undertaking OEM sales force.

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