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ECC SODIMM (ECC Small Outline DIMM) is a JEDEC-compliant microserver, workstation, networking platform, and embedded system memory module.
By automatically correcting data errors, ECC, or Error-Correcting Code, safeguards your system from potential crashes and inadvertent data alterations. This is accomplished by including a ninth computer chip on the RAM board that serves as an error checker and corrector for the other eight chips.
SODIMMs from ECC are designed to handle a wide range of enterprise applications. Install high-density modules in each node to improve system performance.
The Global ECC SODIMM Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
KINGMAX, a world-renowned memory and flash module manufacturer, has released an ECC DDR3 SO-DIMM aimed at the growing micro server market.
The DIMMs are primarily developed for space-constrained micro servers or embedded systems that perform important missions and are equipped with an ECC (Error Check and Correction) function that can improve system stability.
While the ECC SO-DIMM is small, it is an excellent fit for the framework of a tiny server. ECC (Error check and correction) technology is used by the KINGMAX ECC SO-DIMM to ensure that the data sent to memory is correct.
When a mistake occurs, ECC can either automatically repair it or request that the data be resent from the system. As a result, it can keep the system running normally and prevent unexpected system failure due to memory errors. It also improves system stability significantly.
Silicon Power has officially launched their new SODIMM DDR5 memory for laptops. The new ram kits have a 4800MHz frequency and a CAS Latency of 40. Single-channel and dual-channel kits with capacities of up to 64 GB are available (32GBx2).
The cutting-edge technology of this DDR5 SODIMM module provides your laptop’s performance that next-level edge, taking speed, capacity, and reliability even further.
Its aggressive 4800MHz frequency, which is 50% faster than a typical 3200MHz DDR4, gives multi-core CPUs extraordinary responsiveness and the ability to multi-task effortlessly. With On-Die Error Correction Code, reliability is improved over DDR4 (ECC)
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