|Products||Part Number||Data Rate|
|DDR5 DIMM Chipset||RCD3-G1A |
|DDR4 Non-volatile Register Clock Driver||iDDR4NVRCD2||1600/1866/2133/2400/2666/2933/3200|
|DDR4 Register Clock Driver||iDDR4RCD-GS02||2400/2666|
|DDR4 Data Buffer||iDDR4DB2-GS02||2400/2666|
|DDR3 Register Clock Driver||INSSTE32882XV||1600/1866/2133|
|DDR3 Isolation Memory Buffer||iMB02-GS02B||1600/1866|
Fully compliant with the latest JEDEC performance specifications for DDR4 2400 Mbps
Operational up to 2666 Mbps
Wide margin I/O design with advanced programmability
Exceeds JEDEC reliability standards for ESD and EOS
Advanced power management
Frequency-based, low-power optimization
Integrated tools for bring-up and debug
Works out-of-the-box with default BIOS
Our chipsets feature industry-leading I/O performance and margin, running up to 4800 MT/s and leveraging advanced power management techniques to meet stringent thermal requirements and reduce cost of ownership. Rambus DIMM chipsets enable a wide array of memory-intensive applications, including real-time analytics, in-memory computing, virtualization and business intelligence.
The chipsets simplify cross-platform SKU management with a wide operating range and works with the default system BIOS to ease integration. Combined with best-in-class debug and support capabilities, Rambus DDR memory chipsets ensure rapid integration, faster time-to-market and robust system operation.
Driven by a confluence of megatrends, global data traffic is increasing at an exponential rate. For example, 5G networks are enabling billions of AI-powered IoT devices untethered from wired networks. Nowhere is the impact of all this growth being felt more intensely than in data centers. Indeed, hyperscale data centers have become the critical hubs of the global data network. DDR5 DRAM will enable the next generation of server systems providing the massive computing power of hyperscale and enterprise data centers. Learn about the benefits of DDR5 memory and the design considerations for implementing DDR5 DIMMs.
The demands on server performance continue to increase at a tremendous pace. New requirements from large in-memory databases that are powering today’s cloud services and advanced analytics tools are arriving just as the impact of Moore’s Law is starting to slow. One key new opportunity is for high-speed server memory interface chipsets, which enable high-speed memory performance without compromising on memory capacities. Companies looking to optimize their server memory architecture designs, and improve their overall server performance and reliability, should give serious consideration to optimized DDR4 memory interface chipsets, which enhance the performance of server memory modules.