Crucial has this week unveiled its first 32GB NVDIMM or Nonvolatile DIMM, designed to help companies preserve critical data in the event of a system power loss and limit costly downtime. The memory is Crucials first NVDIMM to operate at 2933 MT/s. “The new module provides companies powerful and persistent memory performance while reducing the amount of NVDIMMs needed in a server. “
Crucial latest NVDIMMs are compatible with 2.5 inch drive bay and HHHL PCIe AgigA Tech PowerGEM ultra-capacitors, enabling continual power to up to four NVDIMMs during power loss until a backup is completed. Features of the 32GB NVDIMM memory include :
– First 32GB NVDIMM server memory offering in the Crucial product portfolio
– Provides for powerful and persistent server memory performance
– 100% component and module tested to mission-critical server standards
– System memory speeds up to 2933 MT/s with JEDEC-standard interface
– Compatible with OEM servers and OEM warranties
“With ever-growing data sets, poor application performance can drastically impact a company’s ability to access that data,” said Teresa Kelley, VP & GM, Micron Consumer Products Group. “Our new NVDIMM is a high-capacity persistent memory solution that enables system architects to get near-instant access to data, maximise memory performance, and get the most out of their servers.”
For more details and pricing on the Crucial 32GB NVDIMM memory jump over to the company’s website by following the link below.
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