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Phase change memory can operate thousands of times faster than current RAM

Phase change memory can operate thousands of times faster than current RAM Conventional DRAM operates at nanosecond timescales, which means phase change memory could theoretically be thousands of times faster than conventional RAM.In theory, phase change memory could eventually present a solution to the so-called memory wall, or memory gap.

Next-generation DDR5 memory will double bandwidth compared with DDR4

Next-generation DDR5 memory will double bandwidth compared with DDR4 Last week, JEDEC announced that the upcoming DDR5 memory standard will offer double the bandwidth and density of DDR4, improve channel efficiency, and offer better power efficiency as well.A new DDR5 memory standard for servers, desktops, and laptops would offer improved bandwidth (at least eventually), though memory latency still always jumps between generations and rarely much surpasses the original standard, even at high frequency.

Samsung Poised to Overtake Intel as World's Largest Chip Maker

Samsung Poised to Overtake Intel as World's Largest Chip Maker However, many devices that don’t bear the Samsung brand still have parts manufactured by Samsung in them.According to analysts, this fact is set to push Samsung past Intel to make it the world’s largest chip maker.

Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6 Roadmaps, Production

Micron Releases Update on GDDR5X, GDDR6 Roadmaps, Production Over the last few months there’s been increasing interest in the extension of existing memory technologies, as promising 2.The company recently published a blog post detailing how it has extended both GDDR5X and intends to push into GDDR6.

Gaming: Memory OC Showdown: Frequency vs. Memor... | Community

Gaming: Memory OC Showdown: Frequency vs. Memor... | Community 2T CR (not shown), specific memory throughput testing should be conducted as the balance of power will come down to your other memory timings.In the BankGroupSwap section, we alluded to “single rank” memory modules; that may have left some people scratching their head.

NAND Memory Caches Could Slash Data Center Power Consumption

NAND Memory Caches Could Slash Data Center Power Consumption The vast majority of databases use a similar architecture: DRAM cache servers are used to store the most common queries.And a new paper from MIT shows how NAND flash could be used within a key-value store caching server while matching or exceeding DRAM’s performance.