Samsung to release new server memory module

Samsung has announced that it will start producing a new memory module used for servers with enhanced memory capacity in April.

Mass production of a 32-gigabyte registered dual in-line memory module (RDIMM) will use a 40-nano technology process.

This will double the memory capacity and data processing speed from the 16-gigabyte memory module.

The new memory module is based on 40-nano double data rate 3 (DDR3) dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips that could hold 4 gigabyte memory. Samsung began producing these in February but have not rolled out anything for the mass market.

The company said the new memory module will help Samsung maintain a variety of product line-ups for its corporate customers.