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Nov 4th, 2011
 
DRAM server roadmap points to DDR4 and 3D
 
Once upon a time, the DRAM server roadmap was predictable, as memory vendors simply marched down the natural progression of DDR interface standards.
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Now, the DRAM server roadmap is muddled with both DDR and 3D chip schemes to address a major problem: The industry is scrambling for a new, low-power DRAM solution to help tackle the soaring bandwidth requirements — and power consumption rates — for servers in the datacenter. DRAMs provide fast data access times, but they are falling behind the I/O curve and require heat-generating refresh cycles.

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