Samsung to start developing 24-gigabit DDR5 memory chips for 768GB Ram Modules. These 768 GB modules are specifically designed for cloud data centers. But Samsung has different plans. It readies to include the 24 Gb DDR5 chips in 96, 192, 384 GB modules aimed at mainstream servers. Similarly, Samsung will also add 24 GB and 48 GB modules for consumer PCs.
SAMSUNG ANNOUNCED THE DEVELOPMENT OF 24-GIGABIT DDR5 CHIPS
Samsung has already demonstrated a 512 GB RDIMM memory module. This Module consist of 32 memory chips. In these 32 memory chips, each chip consists of eight layers of 16 GB. The Multiply of 32 Memory chips with 16 GB give 512 GB RDIMM Memory module.
The company is now planning to expand a total single module capacity to 768 GB by using 24 Gb memory chips. In this case, a server system offering support for eight-channel memory (two modules per channel) can theoretically be equipped with over 12 TB of DDR5 RAM.
SAMSUNG’S PROFIT-BREAKS TWO-YEAR RECORD THANKS TO HIGH MEMORY PRICES
The second quarter of the 2021 turned out to be the best period for company manufacturers. Due to the epidemic disease, demand for this type of product was also increased. Although, Components have high prices. Samsung Electronics noted that its operating income surged by 54% to US$ 10.95 billion, which is a new high since Q3 of 2018.
As noted by Reuters, the contract division of Samsung Foundry also performed well – increasing its revenue to a record level. By the way do you know Samsung all Set to assemble smartphones in Pakistan.
Altogether, the Business profit from the semiconductor business increased 28% Year-on-Year.
Earlier this year, Samsung was forced to stop operations in Texas due to weather conditions – an incident affected the company’s activities in the following months