Virtium Introduces Small Form-Factor DDR4 Memory Modules
May 06, 2021
Virtium, a provider of industrial solid-state drive (SSD) and memory solutions, recently introduced a series of high-speed, small-form-factor memory modules.
The line includes 32-Gbyte ultra-low-profile (ULP) DDR4 modules that, according to the company, represent the first of that capacity in Mini-UDIMM, Mini-RDIMM, and SO-UDIMM form factors, as well as the first 64-Gyte ULP RDIMM module. All the modules can be operated in the industrial temperature range, -40°C to 85°C.
The memory modules provide space-constrained and airflow-restricted industrial-embedded designs with the high capacity, performance, and reliability in small form factors. Applications that require such features are commonly found in industrial/embedded computing, network communications, industrial automation, transportation, medical, and defense.
The modules’ ruggedization options include conformal coating, BGA underfill, and thicker connections that mitigate the effects of harsh environments, such as shock, vibration, and humidity. Industrial reliability is verified through 100% Test During Burn-In (TDBI) screening. The modules are sampling now.