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Crucial launches new modules to boost system performance in the data center

13 Dec 16

Memory and storage specialists Crucial has launched its latest DDr4 server DIMMs, as it looks to provide organisations with greater memory bandwidth and increased performance.

With speeds of 2666 MT/s, new Crucial DDR4 server memory modules allow for increased performance and bandwidth within data centres and hyperscale environments.

“Improving system performance in the data centre is one of many priorities organisations are looking to address as the need to meet ever-increasing and more demanding workloads evolves,” says Michael Moreland, Crucial Server DRAM Product Marketing Manager.

“Crucial’s new 2666MT/s server modules can help data centre and hyperscale customers reduce performance burdens by using faster memory to help advance the efficiencies of their server systems,” he explains.

The new Crucial DDR4 server memory modules are available in a variety of server module types and densities ranging from 8GB to 64GB.

The Crucial 2666 MT/s 8Gb-based server memory modules are approximately 11% faster than the previously released 2400 MT/s DIMMs.

Additionally, the newly expanded portfolio of Crucial server memory will support cloud and enterprise environments that are migrating to next-generation Intel server platforms, Moreland says.

The new modules are available for purchase from Crucial and through select global partners.
 

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