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DIMM (Dual In-Line Memory Module) is a type of computer memory that is 64 bits natively, allowing for fast data transmission.
A DIMM is a memory module that consists of one or more Random-Access Memory (RAM) chips mounted on a small circuit board with connections to the computer motherboard. The DIMM stores each data bit in its own memory cell.
Because personal computer processors had a 64-bit data width, they used a 64-bit data path. Desktop PCs, laptops, printers, and other electronic devices frequently use DIMMs.
The introduction of cooling fins or structures that are directly attached to the DIMM is another breakthrough in DIMMs. In typical 8 GB or 16 GB DIMMS, the increase in chip density and clock speed resulted in an increase in heat production.
Due to these features, they have wide applications in defense, aerospace etc.
The Global Registered (RDIMM) 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.
Micron Technology, Inc. has announced the launch of a comprehensive enablement programme that will give customers early access to technical resources, products, and ecosystem partners.
The DDR5 RDIMM samples are one step closer to unlocking the value in next-generation, data-centric applications for the industry.
Cadence, Montage, Rambus, Renesas, and Synopsys are among the companies that have joined Micron’s DDR5 Technology Enablement Program.
DDR5 improves speed, density, and reliability at a time when modern data centres are under pressure to feed fast-expanding processor core counts with memory bandwidth while also meeting rising customer needs for stability, availability, and serviceability.
When compared to its predecessor DDR4, DDR5 will provide more than double the effective bandwidth, alleviating the bandwidth-per-core pinch and allowing high performance and enhanced power management across a wide range of applications.
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