Transcend as this week announce the imminent availability of new DDR4 3200 MHz Industrial Modules, created for 5G networking and “intelligent computing at the edge” applications. The new DDR4-3200 memory modules fully comply with JEDEC specification and are optimized for Intel, AMD, and ARM processors, featuring high transmission bandwidth at 3200MT/s, low latency, and low power consumption, running at 1.2 V.
The line-up includes Unbuffered Long-DIMM, Unbuffered SO-DIMM, ECC Long-DIMM, ECC SO-DIMM, and Registered Long-DIMM, addressing the varied, and often strict, form factor requirements.
– For embedded desktops, high-end laptops, and edge computing – As industries begin utilizing 5G infrastructure, demand for high-performance, large-capacity memory grows. Transcend’s DDR4-3200 memory modules feature capacities from 8 GB to 32 GB, enabling overclocking for high-end servers, computers, workstations, unmanned devices, AI-powered equipment, and smart systems from the core to the edge.
– Low power consumption at 1.2 V – DDR4 cuts energy needs by running at just 1.2 V. These modules consume far less power than their predecessors DDR3, DDR2, and DDR. While the world prepares for future memory-hungry core processors and motherboards, the DDR4 keeps its energy budget low.
– Future-compatible memory that transmits data at 3200MT/s – In the 5G era, large volumes of data are being generated and processed in real-time by connected edge devices, blurring the line between telecommunications and computer networking. This creates a need for short response times and low redundancy. DDR4-3200 memory modules feature low latency and ultra-high transfer speeds at 3200MT/s, fueling the 5G revolution by meeting data transmission and computing demands.
Source : TPU