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MetaRAM: Upcoming Intel servers to have 288 Gb Memory!


MetaSDRAM™ on Future Intel-based Systems MetaSDRAM is the only technology that allows dual-rank 8GB or 16GB R-DIMMs to be built with mainstream, cost-effective, 1Gbit SDRAM, enabling up to 144GB or 288GB of memory on Intel’s future server systems (using 8GB R-DIMMs or 16GB R-DIMMs). Intel is currently validating MetaRAM’s DDR3 MetaSDRAM for use with its upcoming future server systems.

Hynix Semiconductor R-DIMMs Featuring MetaSDRAM Hynix is currently sampling DDR3 2-rank 8GB R-DIMMs running at 1066 MT/s. For more information, please visit www.hynix.com.

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MetaRAM’s DDR3 MetaSDRAM is ideal for high performance rack-mount servers and
workstations that run compute-intensive applications such as 3-D CAD simulation, database
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P.S: More and more reasons to belive that a super intensified, high-density, GDM-data center is eventually where your apps belong.

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