Adding new memory chip modules may be able to hold off buying a new server for now and that is precisely what Samsung has in mind. Unveiling their new memory chips, the 4Gb Chip which assure 32 GB DDR3, companies that make use of advanced servers can make use of their old servers for now until such time that the economy picks up.
The development of this low-power 4 Gb DDR3 chip will help in reducing data center costs, improving server time management and increasing overall efficiency.
Designed to be low-powered, the 4 Gb DDR3 DRAM operates at 1.35 volts (V), thereby improving its throughput by 20 percent over a 1.5 V DDR3 chip. Its maximum speed is 1.6 gigabits per second (Gbps). In a 16 GB module configurations, the 4 Gb DDR3 chip can consume 40 percent less power compared to the 2 Gb DDR3 chip because of the formers higher density.
Buying a new server is something that many companies are trying to pass up to save on costs. A familiar practice is to turn to other components, and the memory chips are certainly something that can help them sustain efficient business operations while staying away from additional business costs as far as their IT requirements are concerned.