Samsung Semiconductor announced today that it is now mass producing the lowest powered, highest density DDR2 memory available for servers.
Samsung's new 2Gb-based DDR2 DRAM offers up to a 50 percent reduction in power at 1.55V, according to the company.
"By combining a 2Gb chip density with a 1.55 voltage using 60nm-class technology, we are delivering a tremendous value proposition to server OEMs," said Kevin Lee, vice president, technical memory marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
The new 2Gb-based fully buffered DIMM DDR2 is being produced in 4GB and 8GB modules, using 60 nm (nanometer) process technology. Samsung also now offers a 1Gb low-power DDR2 chip, allowing it to provide a complete range of 1GB to 8GB low-power server modules.