SDRAM Memory

SDRAM Memory

SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) became a JEDEC standard in 1993, and became the dominant memory interface by the year 2000. SDRAM was targeted at the 66 MHz and 100 MHz bus speeds available on PC motherboards at the time and was a successor technology...
DDR Memory

DDR Memory

DDR SDRAM was the follow-on technology to SDRAM and is the predecessor to subsequent generations of DDR2 and DDR3. DDR provides a lower voltage level and higher data transfer compared to SDRAM. The voltage level is reduced from 3.30 volts to 2.50 volts and the memory...
DDR2 Memory

DDR2 Memory

Industrial DDR2 SDRAM improvements over first gen. DDR included: reduced clock speed  resulting in higher bus speed. Operating voltage was reduced from 2.5 volts to 1.8 volts to reduce power consumption and facilitate the use of smaller semiconductor fabrication...
DDR3 Memory

DDR3 Memory

Virtium Industrial DDR3 memory modules are available in densities up to 32GB in a variety of form factors and heights. Virtium DDR3 modules deliver higher memory bandwidth and lower power consumption and are supported by leading-edge CPU processors. Specifications...
DDR4 Memory

DDR4 Memory

As one of the first manufacturers to offer industrial  DDR4 memory, Virtium enables embedded industrial OEM customers early test and development access to the lower power, high bandwidth and density benefits of this latest DRAM technology. Delivering significant power...