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  1. Samsung unveils CXL-based DDR5, an industry-first innovation Samsung has arguablyturned its memory technology innovation all the way up to 11 recently. Earlier this year, the company announced the revolutionary AI-based HBM-PIM memory and today, it has announced the industry's first DDR5 memory solution to run on the Compute Express Link (CXL) interface. The South Korean giant says that the next-gen DDR standard will enable the movement of enormous amounts of data due to the massive capacities that it will offer. Of course, these high-capacity memory modules aren't buil
  2. Memory maker teases DDR5-10000 RAM and we're practically salivating at the thought Chinese memory manufacturer fires the starting pistol in the race to 10,000MT/s DDR5. (Image credit: Micron) Even the basic DDR5 specification is faster than all but the best DDR4 kits, at around 4,800MHz, but that may not be anywhere close to its full potential. Netac, a Chinese memory manufacturer, is aiming much, much higher with its experimental 'ultra high frequency' kits. How does a DDR5-10000 kit sound to you? Netac is aiming for a 10,000MHz (effective) me
  3. Samsung develops 512GB DDR5 memory for advanced computing Samsung's first DDR5 memory offers data transfer rate of up to 7,200Mbps and is aimed at advanced computing applications. Samsung Electronics on Thursday said it has developed a 512GB DDR5 memory module. It is the company's first DRAM made with the latest DDR5 standard that was set by JEDEC in July last year. The hardware, made with high-k metal gate (HKMG) process technology, offers up to 7,200Mbps in data transfer rate, over double that of conventional DDR4, Samsung said. The company stacked eight layers o
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