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Kingmax, a leading supplier of advanced memory modules, has introduced a family of SO-DIMMs with ECC specially designed for space-constraint micro-server or embedded system that execute critical missions.

The rising of networking development and Big Data application boost data center and micro-server market. Micro-servers simplify structure, save cost and reduce space. While ECC SO-DIMM is compact, it is a perfect fit for micro-server’s structure. Kingmax ECC SO-DIMM utilizes ECC (error check and correction) technology to check whether or not the data send to memory is correct. When error occurs, ECC can automatically correct it or ask system to resent the data. Thus, it is able to keep the system working normal and avoid sudden system failure due to memory error. Furthermore, it greatly increases system stability.

Kingmax ECC SO-DIMM includes speed of 1333MHz and 1600MHz, capacity of 4GB and 8GB. Kingmax also provides version of 1.35V, which can reduce power consumption bt 10% to 15% compared to standard modules.

Kingmax server DIMMs family also includes DDR3 registered DIMM, ECC unbuffered DIMM and VLP DDR3 Registered DIMM for various server applications. Registered DIMM is designed for mid-range to high-end severs which require higher performance, scalability and stability; the VLP DDR3 registered DIMM is specially designed for blade or 1U rack server. The height of VLP DDR3 registered DIMM in only 18.75mm, 35.7% lower than standard registered DIMM. Space saving is not only improve airflow to increase the reliability of heat-sensitive system, but also makes it more eco-friendly.

Tags: Kingmax, DDR3, DRAM

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