Samsung Electronics has started mass producing its 16-gigabit DDR5 DRAM, using a 12-nanometer-class process technology. The move gives the firm an edge as it can offer a maximum speed of 7.2 gigabits per second while using up to 23% less power compared to its previous DDR4 version. This will make it an ideal solution for data centres, artificial intelligence and next-generation computing as it can lower the energy consumption and carbon footprint of their servers and data centres. Samsung’s efforts to lower operating voltage and reduce noise have helped deliver the optimal solution. The company completed its 16-gigabit DDR5 DRAM evaluation for compatibility with AMD last December and said it continues to collaborate with global IT companies to drive innovation in the next-generation DRAM market.
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