AgigA today announced that it is now sampling the industry's first DDR4 Nonvolatile DIMM (NVDIMM) to key OEMs and development partners.
The AGIGARAM DDR4 NVDIMM has been designed to operate in the standard DIMM sockets of next-generation, Intel-based server platforms, providing a significant boost to I/O performance in a host of applications, including storage and database acceleration. AgigA Tech will show its new AGIGARAM DDR4 NVDIMM here at the Flash Memory Summit in the Storage Network Industry Association's (SNIA) booth number 808.
DDR4 is the latest evolution in DRAM technology, building upon previous generations with improved reliability, speed and power. With current data rates reaching 2,400 MT/s, DDR4 increases performance up to 50% over DDR3, while delivering a 20% reduction in operating voltage. With DDR4's additional power-saving features, total overall power savings versus DDR3 can be as much as 40%. The AGIGARAM DDR4 NVDIMM builds upon the success of the DDR3 NVDIMM products currently shipping to top-tier OEMs.
"AgigA is proud to achieve another industry-first milestone with the sampling of our AGIGARAM DDR4 NVDIMM," said Ron Sartore, president and CEO of AgigA Tech. "With our patented IP and design expertise, we have been working closely with our OEM customers and development partners to ensure a successful transition to DDR4."