Apacer launches the first 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM designed for industrial embedded systems based on ARM/RISC processors or the latest RISC-V 32-bit processors.
Traditionally, memory used for 32-Bit ARM/RISC embedded systems is usually designed as built-in memory. The new 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM solves the shortcomings of limited memory capacity and performance of built-in memory. It can be used in processors made by companies such as NXP, Freescale, Marvell, Cavium, and Texas Instruments and is also compatible with the latest RISC-V 32-bit processor. It operates atjust 1.2V, which is 20% less than a comparable DDR3 would require.
Apacer’s 32-Bit DDR4 SODIMM comes with 3 specifications: DDR4 2133/2400/2666 with a choice of 2GB, 4G and 8GB capacity and support of industrial-grade, wide-temperature ICs from original manufacturers.
The ARM processor with RISC architecture has been widely used in embedded industrial systems developed for specific application markets due to its energy-saving, cost-efficient and lightweight features, copmpared with Intel x86 chips.
|Model||DDR4 32-Bit SODIMM|
|Module Type||32-Bit SODIMM|
|Operation Temperature||TC=0℃ to 85℃|