DDR5 eco-chain alliance accelerating mass production plan
Apacer has announced that it is promoting the DDR5 eco-chain alliance and outlining the development blueprint for a full DDR5 memory module product line, covering four major categories: server, industrial, consumer and gaming.
In order to accelerate its mass production plans, Apacer is working closely with strategic partners to provide products and technical support to manufacturers of ICs, platforms, key components and even test software and SPD programmers, and successfully integrating DDR5’s key technologies.
Apacer's DDR5 memory has passed the latest JEDEC certification test, and mass production is just around the corner. In the future, Apacer will be the first to supply early adopters of DDR5 technology, such as enterprise and data center servers, AI, high-speed computing, high-end laptops, creator PCs, gaming and other applications.
It also involves test software and SPD programmers, and integrating key DDR5 technologies to complete verification through teamwork accelerates the development of upstream and downstream partners’ technologies. This has successfully built the DDR5 memory modules that are closest to mass production on the market.
DDR5 memory bandwidth is twice that of DDR4, and if the transmission rate is calculated at the initial 4.8 Gbps, it is 50% higher than the current 3.2 Gbps of DDR4. In addition to the significant improvement in performance, DDR5 memory has also made good progress in capacity, stability, and power efficiency.
Apacer’s latest DDR5 memory will be first released in UDIMM specifications, followed by RDIMM, SODIMM and other specifications, supporting Intel’s 12th-generation Core processor Alder Lake, Xeon processor Sapphire Rapids-SP (Eagle stream platform), and AMD’s Zen4 EPYC Processor Genoa.