Faster, "greener" - Samsung presents memories DDR4 Which are expected to reach the market next year
Samsung has been one of the leading DRAM switches and manufacturers from the days of the SDRAM, somewhere in 1993, through the development of DDR On its versions, And therefore it seems quite natural that now Samsung is this Which announces that it has completed the development of the DDR4 memory The first in the world last month.
Now, Samsung is introducing its new development, the 30nm class, which uses a technology called Pseudo Open Draing (POD), which allows memories to work and consume a much lower current than their predecessor - about half the current consumption of memories DDR3 In reading and writing.
The DDR4 memory boasts a new circuit architecture that will allow them to work at speeds ranging from 1.6Gbps to 3.2Gbps. The figure is less impressive if we divide by eight to reach gigabytes, but still at higher speeds than the G-DDR3 (Which usually reach the speed of 1.6Gbps).
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The specific memory module presented by Samsung comes with a working voltage of only 1.2 volts, significantly lower than the voltages of 1.35, VN, 1.5 and even more commonly used in the "DDR3, While in spite of the low voltage the module reaches the speed of 2.13Gbps, which is higher than that of memories DDR3 Averages.
In addition to the improvement in speeds, DDR4 memory is also characterized by low power consumption, with lower working voltages combined with POD technology and lower current, together bringing about 40 savings in power consumption in the DDR4 module presented by Samsung, DDR3 Voltage 1.5 volt, which is quite impressive and useful, especially these days, including instruments Mobile Are gaining more interest and popularity than ever before.
Along with Samsung's announcement of the accident,DDR3 Continue to fall drastically when the published market survey reports that the commercial price of the module DDR3 In 2GB, 2010 was only $ 21 in December (compared with $ 44.4 in June, 2010 - a drop of over 50%). סמסונג The next generation of memories will see to it that prices continue to fall.
Samsung has announced plans to work with a number of server manufacturers to ensure the creation of a memory stack DDR4 The JEDEC organization has a second half of the 2011, with the memories expected to reach the market in 2012.