Apacer Rolls Out New DDR3-1600 16GB ECC RDIMM

Apacer logoAs cloud computing becomes mature, most enterprises have already regarded this innovative management technology as the key point to building future information architecture so as to meet the needs for the massive data processing. To fully meet the stringent demands for cloud computing, Apacer, the leading memory module manufacturer, rolls out industry-leading enterprise-level 16GB bulk storage DDR3-1600 high-speed server memory module.

It uses both internal and external voltage reference(Vref.) circuits, allowing the storage system to directly use external Vref. with high efficiency while eliminating signal noise. It provides powerful computing to process on-going massive data, optimizes cloud computing and storage performance and realizes the most stable server storage environment.

16 Гбайт модули памяти Apacer для серверов

This Apacer’s just-launched DDR3-1600 16GB 2Rx4 ECC RDIMM server memory module is 100% JEDEC compliant and has built-in ECC. Thanks to its outstanding hardware design and advanced processed memory chips, server systems can maintain excellent stability while implementing high-speed computing, boost operation efficiency by 20% and provides multiple superior storage device options to the enterprises. To help customers create the optimal product performance, the DDR3 server memory module has gone through rigorous reliability tests. It is fully compatible with the latest Intel/AMD 2-ways server platform and supports the latest Intel Quad-Channel Xeon E5-2600/4600 series and AMD Quad-Channel Opteron 6000 series server platforms for communication network devices, demonstrating incomparable platform compatibility.

With many years of experience in server memory module product series, Apacer’s business covers a range from product design, manufacture to final sale, and its major clients include medium and high level cloud computing server, disk array storage server and front end network load management server. Furthermore, this product series is suitable for Computerized Tomography graphic workstation, image processing and scientific computing.

Apacer products have all gone through rigorous environment tests (extended temperature and high/low pressure testing for longer periods of time) and motherboard test. They have passed each major vendor’s platform tests and gain certification from CMTL, the certified third-party lab authorized by Intel, for ensured compatibility and stability when used in servers and network communication systems, in order to cater to the enterprises’ demands - all these facts have made Apacer the enterprises’ prime choice among storage solution providers.

 

Source: techPowerUp

Tags: Apacer, DDR3, servers

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