Apacer Presents World’s First 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM Memory

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅14.11.2018 17:44:30

Apacer introduces the world’s first 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM that supports industrial embedded systems that use ARM/RISC processors which include the latest RISC-V 32-bit processors. The Apacer 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM offers a cost-effective solution that delivers both performance and low power consumption. Now, 32-Bit ARM/RISC embedded systems will have an option other than built-in memory offering smart IoT devices greater flexibility in distributing memory capacity and space.

With the Apacer 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM memory, it creates an upgradeable 32-bit memory solution that solves the limitations of built-in memory. This technology will be implemented in intelligent applications in automotive electronics, automation systems, server and networking applications, NAS, and edge devices such as gateways. Apacer’s 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM memory is designed for ARM architecture systems manufactured by the likes of NXP, Freescale, Marvell, Cavium, and Texas Instruments. The Apacer 32-Bit SODIMM memory is also compatible with the latest RISC-V 32-bit processor. It operates at 1.2V offerings 20% less power requirement compared to DDR3 equivalent solutions.

The Apacer 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM memory comes in 3 specifications: DDR4 2133/2400/2666 with a choice of 2GB, 4G and 8GB capacity and supporting industrial-grade wide-temperature ICs from original manufacturers. Learn more about the Apacer 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM memory here.

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