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04 Sep 2016 DRAM will live on as DDR5 memory is slated to reach computers in 2020 [55695]
CIO, August 18th, 2016

"Hardware experts believed the last DRAM would be the current DDR4, but that's not the case, with DDR5 memory now under development.," reports Agam Shah in CIO.

"Specifications for DDR5 memory will be released this year, and deployment of the DRAM will begin in 2020, according to a slide deck presented at the Intel Developer Forum this week.

DDR5 DRAM will have many benefits: Users will be able to cram more memory into PCs, and applications will run faster. DDR5 memory will be denser than earlier DRAM, and also consume less power, which could extend battery life in laptops..."
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31 Aug 2016 Fujitsu Now Making DRAM' Killer With 1,000X Performance Boost [55813]
ITWorld, August 31st, 2016

"Fujistu Semiconductor Ltd. has become the first manufacturer to announce it is mass producing a new RAM that boasts 1,000 times the performance of DRAM but stores data like NAND flash memory.

The new non-volatile memory known as Nano-RAM (NRAM) was first announced last year and is based on carbon nanotube technology.

Fujitsu Semiconductor plans to develop a custom embedded storage-class memory module using the DDR4 interface by the end of 2018, with the goal of expanding the product line-up into a stand-alone NRAM product family from Fujitsu's foundry, Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor Ltd.; the stand-alone memory module will be sold through resellers, who'll rebrand it..."
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28 Aug 2016 DRAM will live on as DDR5 memory is slated to reach computers in 2020 [55503]
CIO, August 18th, 2016

"Hardware experts believed the last DRAM would be the current DDR4, but that's not the case, with DDR5 memory now under development," reports Agam Shah in CIO.

"Specifications for DDR5 memory will be released this year, and deployment of the DRAM will begin in 2020, according to a slide deck presented at the Intel Developer Forum this week.

DDR5 DRAM will have many benefits: Users will be able to cram more memory into PCs, and applications will run faster. DDR5 memory will be denser than earlier DRAM, and also consume less power, which could extend battery life in laptops..."
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18 Aug 2016 DRAM will live on as DDR5 memory is slated to reach computers in 2020 [55376]
CIO, August 18th, 2016

"Hardware experts believed the last DRAM would be the current DDR4, but that's not the case, with DDR5 memory now under development.

Specifications for DDR5 memory will be released this year, and deployment of the DRAM will begin in 2020, according to a slide deck presented at the Intel Developer Forum this week.

DDR5 DRAM will have many benefits: Users will be able to cram more memory into PCs, and applications will run faster. DDR5 memory will be denser than earlier DRAM, and also consume less power, which could extend battery life in laptops..."
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31 Jan 2016 What's the Difference Between DDR3 and DDR4 RAM? [49329]
How-To Geek, January 21st, 2016

"After using the same DDR3 standard for eight years, RAM manufacturers everywhere have begun the process of rolling out their latest memory chips in the form of DDR4. But what benefits (if any) does DDR4 have over DDR3 in real-world applications, and are they worth the increased cost?" asks Chris Stobing in How-To Geek.
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