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Samsung Starts Shipping 40nm 32GB Memory Module for Servers

Mar 29 2010, 10:00am CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Samsung Starts Shipping 40nm 32GB Memory Module for Servers
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Samsung has announced that it is now shipping samples of the highest density memory module in the industry with 32GB on a single module. The RAM modules are designed for servers needing high density and performance at low power levels.

The 32GB modules are built using 40nm technology. The chips are 4Gb and the new part comes a year after Samsung unveiled its previously highest density solution with 16GB last March.

A dual CPU server platform using the new modules can achieve a density of 384GB of RAM. Four way servers will be able to utilize a TB of RAM with the new modules. Mass production of the new RDIMM modules is set to start next month.

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