Samsung unveils new memory modules aimed at enterprise and cloud server applications

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Samsung becomes the first to market with 16-gigabit monolithic 64-gigabyte DDR4 RDIMM (registered dual in-line memory module), and HPE is quick to combine these with AMD’s EPYC 7000-series processors in the ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server.

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So what’s exciting about new memory? After all, at 64-gigabyte thee modules don’t increase memory density for servers.

Well, first off, RDIMM offers

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