Apacer upgrades to new-generation DDR4-2666 memory modules

The rapid confluence of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have not only fueled an increasing demand for various smart application and smart devices and servers, but also increased performance demand in computing power and transfer speed. In response to the successive upgrade in Intel’s and AMD’s servers, desktop processors, and mobile processors platforms, as well as the increased support of adaptation of the DDR4-2666 specification, Apacer has outpaced its competitors in the mass production of DDR4-2666 memory modules for server and industry applications. Apacer’s DDR4-2666 memory is compatible with the latest Intel Purley and AMD EPYC processor platforms, fully highlighting the company’s ambition to the top supplier for the long-awaited overhaul in the global server market and officially propelling industrial memory into the high-performance, high-bandwidth realm of DDR4-2666.

Apacer anticipates fully demonstrating the high-performance, high-speed, and high-stability features of its products, thereby satisfying customer requirements. DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce, predicts that the global shipping volume of servers could reach 5.53% in 2018 amidst industrial transformation and the rising popularity of smart applications, which would drive growth in server memory of up to 28.6%. That growth would top all memory products. The strong demand for server memory is not only fueled by the server demands of data centers but also associated with the upgrade of Intel and AMD server platforms. Apacer’s comprehensive upgrade of server and industrial memory modules to the DDR4-2666 specification not only caters to the next generation of server platforms, specifically, Intel Purley and AMD EYPC, but also increases transfer rates to 2666 M/s, which is 11% higher than the previous-generation DDR4-2400 specification. The new-generation memory modules outperform the older generation in speed, efficiency, and power conservation.

Apacer’s modules are compatible with a variety of products and meet JEDEC memory specifications. They support UDIMM, SODIMM, RDIMM, LRDIMM, ECC UDIMM, and ECC SODIMM specifications and range from 2 GB to 64 GB capacity choices. These products are targeted to satisfy the replacement demands of servers, industrial computers, and smart devices. By taking advantage of its dominance in vertical application markets, such as IoT, healthcare, transportation, national defense, and gaming, and drawing on its superior customization capabilities and immense industrial experiences, Apacer aims to preemptively gain a leading position in this wave of smart innovative development and be fully prepared for era of DDR4-2666.


Grammatech talks about the importance of software in engineering

In this video Mark Hermeling of Grammatech talks to Alix Paultre after the Embedded World show in Nuremberg about the importance of software verification for security and safety in electronic design. ...


Lattice Semi walks through their booth demos at Embedded World

In this video Lattice Semiconductor walks us through their booth demonstrations at Embedded World 2018. The live demonstrations include an operating IoT remote vehicle, a low-power network used for vi...


Maxim describes their latest security solution at Embedded World 2018

In this video Scott from Maxim Integrated describes their latest security solution at Embedded World 2018. In the live demo he shows the DS28E38 DeepCover Secure ECDSA Authenticator, an ECDSA public k...


Garz & Fricke at Embedded World 2018 - Embedded HMIs and SBCs “Made in Germany”

You are looking for a HMI-system or single components as touches, displays and ARM-based SBCs? Welcome at Garz & Fricke – the Embedded HMI Company! Our offering ranges from typical single co...


ECRIN Systems myOPALE: Remote Embedded Modular Computers

myOPALE™ offers disruptive technology to multiply capabilities of your next Embedded Computers in a smaller foot print thanks to PCI Express® over Cable interconnect, standard 5.25’&rs...


TechNexion rolls out embedded systems, modules, Android Things kits at Embedded World 2018

In this video John Weber of TechNexion talks to Alix Paultre about how the company helps its customers getting products to market faster. By choosing to work with TechNexion, developers can take advan...


Mike Barr talks cybersecurity

In this video Mike Barr, CEO of the Barr Group, talks to Alix Paultre about cybersecurity at the Embedded World conference in Nuremberg, Germany. Too many designers, even in critical spaces like milit...


Ted Marena of Microsemi talks about their scope-free on-chip debug tools

In this video Ted Marena of Microsemi talks about their scope-free on-chip debug tools with Alix Paultre at Embedded World 2018. SmartDebug tool works with the Microsemi FPGA array and SERDES without ...


Infineon demonstrates their iMotion motor control solution at Embedded World

In this video Infineon explains their latest  IMC100 series iMOTION motor control IC at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg. The device provides a ready-to-use solution for high-efficiency variable-...


Samsung goes over their new ARTIK IoT development system

In this video James Stansberry of Samsung talks to Alix Paultre about their ARTIK IoT development system at Embedded World in Nuremberg. The family of system-on-modules provide a complete, production-...


Cypress explains their latest low-power 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 PSoC 6

In this video Allen Hawes of Cypress Semiconductor talks to Alix Paultre about their latest low-power 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 PSoC 6, designed to provide a secure high-performance MCU for next-generation...


wholesale jerseys