Samsung Electronics has announced the mass production of its 2nd Gen 10-nanometer class 8GB DDR4 DRAM for PC. Which the company claims to be the smallest DRAM ever designed for a desktop.
The 2nd Gen DDR4 8GB RAM is said to be 30 percent productivity gain over the first Gen RAM. It can operate at 3,600 Mbps, while the previous DDR4 was only limited to 3200 Mbps. On the basis of energy consumption, it is said to be improved by 15 percent, the performance is improved by 10 percent.
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With this upgradation, the company is now working to develop the next-Gen of DRAM which is expected to be based on the 8-nanometer class. Further, these advancements will allow Samsung to accelerate production of DDR5 Graphic Card, High Bandwidth Memory 3(HBM3), LPDDR5 for mobile and GDDR5 Graphics.
Meanwhile, Samsung has alsostarted the mass production of the 512GB embedded universal flash storage (eUFS) for the mobile devices.It is the first company in the market to mass produce the 512GB of eUFS, till now the highest used storage in a smartphone is of 256GB which is currently on the Samsung Note 8 and iPhone X.