Low Voltage HyperCloud, First 1.35V Virtual Rank Memory Module From Netlist
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Today at Interop 2010, Netlist, Inc. introduced its low voltage HyperCloud, the
industry's highest density 1.35V virtual rank memory module. Supporting
up to 384GB of DRAM populated in a single dual socket server, low
voltage HyperCloud now offers datacenters the ability to realize up to
19 percent in memory power savings when compared with traditional 1.5V
"The need for datacenters to run more efficiently is
increasing, especially as IT managers place more emphasis on both the
economic and environmental impact of their energy consumption," said
C.K. Hong, president and CEO of Netlist. "Low voltage HyperCloud memory
provides a lower power option for datacenters that will reduce total
energy costs while still delivering a 'best in class' high capacity and
bandwidth memory solution."
Low voltage HyperCloud memory features low latency and
supports 3 DIMMs per channel (3 DPC) at a transfer rate of 1067 MT/s
(backward compatible with 3 DPC 1333 MT/s at 1.5V) to provide maximum
memory bandwidth and increased server performance versus standard
registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) at 1.35V. It also utilizes Netlist's patented
rank multiplication ASIC technology to fully populate three memory
channels with 16GB 2 virtual rank (vRank) RDIMMs. Four physical ranks
are hidden from the memory controller hub and presented as two virtual
ranks. Dual socket servers can then be fully populated with twenty-four
16GB 2 vRank RDIMMs (4 DPC) reaching a total capacity of 384GB.
Netlist will debut a 4GB low voltage HyperCloud module in an
IBM x3550 M3 server along with other HyperCloud demonstrations,
including "Datacenter in a Box," at Interop on April 27-29 at the
Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, booth number 850. The
"Datacenter in Box" will showcase how to run a datacenter from a single
server utilizing 288GB of HyperCloud memory.
Netlist plans to sample customers with 1.35V low voltage
HyperCloud this quarter and expects to be in production during the
second half of this year.