DDR2 and SDRAM

Industrial 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 processes. DDR2 generation also saw the introduction of additional form factors as listed below.

Virtium contributed to the advancement of the DDR2 generation with the development of ECC VLP RDIMM targeted at AdvancedTCA applications.

Quick Specs.

Form Factors: DIMM, SODIMM and Mini-DIMM

Height: Standard, VLP and Blade VLP

Capacities: 1GB to 8GB

Voltage:  1.8v

Use the Product Selector to locate a specific Memory and its datasheet.

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 to EDO DRAM. Virtium continues to offer this tried-and-true early industry standard for legacy industrial memory customer designs.

Quick Specs.

Form Factors: DIMM and SODIMM

Height: Standard and VLP

Capacities: 256MB to 1GB

Voltage:  2.5v

Use the Product Selector to locate a specific SSD and its datasheet.

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