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Memphis Electronic Unveils its New Line of DDR2 Memory Modules

Memphis Electronic Unveils its New Line of DDR2 Memory Modules

New Memphis brand 8 Gbyte memory module

Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 25, 2011

Memphis Electronic, an international distributor of memory components and industrial memory module manufacturer, introduces a new product family of memory modules based on its Memphis branded DDR2 memory ICs. The new product family includes Fully Buffered DIMMs (FBDIMM) and Registered Buffered DIMMs (RDIMM) with an 8 GByte memory capacity, as well as 4 GByte mini RDIMMs and SORDIMMS. For compact designs Memphis also offers Very Low Profile (VLP) RDIMMS and mini RDIMMs. All new products are based on Memphis’ own DDR2 memory ICs that were launched at electronica 2010. This enables Memphis to offer its memory modules at a very competitive price and ensures the long term availability of the product range.

FBDIMMs and RDIMMs are widely used in high-end servers, while CPU-Boards and industrial computers require smaller scale SO-RDIMMs or mini RDIMMs. For applications with space constraints, Memphis also introduced a Very Low Profile (VLP) memory module with a height of just 18mm. Memphis’ new product line-up addresses a variety of applications with memory modules tailored for the high density markets.

As the latest memory modules are based on the new Memphis DDR2 ICs, they benefit from the unprecedented low power consumption, cooler operating temperatures, as well as a compact footprint. The modules come in DDR2-667 or DDR2 800 MHz data speeds with a CAS clock latency of 5 cycles and are available in the standard temperature range of 0 to 95 degrees Celsius, as well as an extended temperature range of -40 to 95 degrees Celsius.

In the second quarter of 2011, Memphis will introduce a 4 Gigabit Dual Die DDR2 device which will enable Memphis to double the storage capacity of its modules.

"Thanks to our own DDR2 memory components, we are now able to offer memory modules in high storage capacities at a reasonable price. Due to the high cost of existing DDR2 components in the industry, these modules have not previously been cost competitive to a wider market," explained Marco Mezger, President of Memphis’ global Sales and Marketing activities.


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