that its new DDR5 server DRAM is available for Intel and AMD next-generation server and workstation platforms and relevant channel partners will introduce this Micron DDR5 server memory. Micron said that after migrating to server DDR5 memory, system performance will be improved by 85% compared to the original DDR4 memory, and maximize performance for AI, HPC, and data-intensive applications that require more CPU compute capacity and higher memory bandwidth.
“As data continues to grow exponentially, the need to derive insights from that data is critical to business success,” said Teresa Kelley, vice president and general manager of Micron’s Commercial Products Group. “Data center operators need to maximize platform performance with advanced memory capabilities and processor advancements. Micron DDR5 server DRAM provides unparalleled bandwidth to manage even the most memory-intensive applications. Micron has been on the forefront of the industry’s transition to DDR5 memory technology and is committed to empowering data center customers and channel partners in their server DDR5 DRAM qualification and readiness efforts.”
It is understood that Micron’s new DDR5 server DRAM is being evaluated and tested in data center environments and is expected to be more adopted in 2022. DDR5 memory starts with a data rate of 4800MT/s and will continue to increase in the future to meet the needs of data center workloads.
As one of the leaders in the global memory industry, Micron has been involved in JEDEC’s DDR5 specification since the beginning and established the TEP technical support program. which is the industry’s only DDR5 ecosystem to advance the development of DDR5
memory and facilitate wider market certification. There are currently more than 400 members in the TEP technical support program, who are involved in the design and integration of DDR5 memory and are optimized for the next generation of product families. All Micron’s server memory is component and module tested to meet mission-critical standards.