Elpida demonstrates 1 GB and 512 MB registered DDR2 DIMMs
Elpida Memory, Inc (Elpida) announced the
availability of its 1 Gigabyte and 512 Megabyte DDR2 registered dual in-line
memory modules (DIMMs) intended to provide high-speed, low-power benefits and
improved thermal performance to the server market. Intel has successfully booted
Elpida´s new DIMMs in a server platform based on the next-generation chipset
code named ´Lindenhurst.´ DDR2 registered DIMMs currently have the highest bandwidth
and lowest power consumption available for Intel Architecture (IA)-based servers.
Elpida´s 1 Gigabyte and 512 Megabyte DDR2 registered DIMMs (Part numbers:
EBE10RD4ABFA and EBE51RD8ABFA respectively) deliver 3.2 Gigabytes per second
(PC2-3200) or 6.4 Gigabytes per second with a dual channel configuration. This
is the highest memory bandwidth available for the server platform today. Also,
with 1.8 V operation, these DIMMs reduce power consumption by more than 50 percent
over the previous DDR architecture.
The modules are comprised of eighteen (nine for the 512 Megabyte DIMM) high-speed
512 Megabit DDR2 SDRAM components in FBGA packages. Elpida´s DIMMs are JEDEC-standard
240-pin (133.25milimeters (mm) wide x 30.00mm high) the same area used on
current DDR modules on motherboards and they feature On-Die Termination (ODT)
and Off-Chip Driver (OCD) Calibration to improve signal quality as well as system
performance and reliability.
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