Offers wide-temperature range DRAM for mission-critical environments

Innodisk, a provider of flash memory, DRAM modules, and embedded
peripheral products in industrial and enterprise applications, recently
announced the release of a ruggedized DDR4 2666
wide temperature DRAM series
. All modules operate over the temperature range of -40°C to 85°C
and surpass JEDEC standards.

The DRAM series targets the tough
conditions of edge-computing devices and comes in unbuffered (with
ECC
or without)
and buffered modules. The series uses original ICs, and is equipped with anti-sulfuration capabilities. They’re also compatible with the Intel Mehlow and
Purley server platforms, and Coffee Lake desktop PC CPUs.

“DDR4 2666 will eventually become
the standard specification on the market. With this move, we have already
secured a good position to supply the current and future IoT and edge computing
demands for industrial-grade, high-performance DRAM modules,” said Samson
Chang, Innodisk Global VP of DRAM, in a press release.

The series of wide-temperature
DRAM can be purchased now in a range of capacities, from 4 GB to 16 GB, and are
suited for a variety of industrial and mission-critical applications. These
include rugged servers, fanless systems, surveillance, and networking
applications. The company said as the industry shifts toward edge computing,
the need for memory with wide-temperature capabilities increases, particularly
for aerospace and in-vehicle applications.