Super Talent Unveils its DDR4 DRAM Modules!

More Bandwidth, Faster speeds, and Lower power consumption for enterprise environments

San Jose, California – November 24, 2014 – Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND Flash storage solutions, announces line of DDR4 DRAM modules.

DDR4 is the successor to DDR3 which is widely used in global enterprise computing solutions.  Chip support for DDR4 comes with Intel’s next-generation Xeon server processors based on Haswell architecture.

DDR4 provides double the rate of data that DDR3 is able to and allows for increased module densities to provide greater DRAM capacity.  In addition, the power usage of these modules is 1.2V compared to DDR3’s 1.5V – 20% lower than the previous generation’s standard power draw.  With lower power usage and higher bandwidth to work with, overhead costs can be reduced while providing increased bandwidth.
More information about Super Talent’s DDR4 can be found here.