Today ADATA announced the launch of the company's new-generation DDR4 SDRAM modules and says that they will be on display at the 2013 Intel Developer Forum being held this week in San Francisco, California. ADATA says that the new DDR4 SDRAM is targeted at server and render farm applications and that the release of this new-generation of SDRAM shows that ADATA is once again the leader of the pack in producing high-performance solutions to the enterprise market.
DDR4 SDRAM features faster clock frequencies and data transfer rates compared to the previous generation of DDR3, and features a much lower power consumption rate. The modules run it just 1.2 V and are widely expected to achieve transfer rates of 3.2Gb/s while clocked at frequencies of 2133MH all.
ADATA says that it will be showcasing the modules along with the company's other premium memory solutions at booth number 554 at IDF 2013. We have to TweakTown staffers on the ground at IDF 2013, and will be bringing you all of the latest coverage as the event progresses.