December 13, 2016

Crucial boosts data center system performance

The company says that improving system performance is necessary to address increasing workloads

This week, memory and storage provider Crucial, launched its latest DDr4 server DIMMs (dual in-line memory module). With this, the company says that it aims to provide organizations with greater memory bandwidth and increased performance.

Crucial says that with speeds of 2666 MT/s, the new server memory modules enhance performance and bandwidth within data centers and hyper-scale environments. The new server memory modules are available in densities ranging from 8GB to 64GB and are approximately 11% faster than the previously released 2400 MT/s DIMMs.

Michael Moreland, Crucial Server DRAM Product Marketing Manager.

Crucial’s new 2666MT/s server modules can help data center and hyper-scale customers reduce performance burdens by using faster memory to help advance the efficiencies of their server systems.

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

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