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SK’s 10nm DRAM tested in Intel Memory Validation program

SK’s 10nm DRAM tested in Intel Memory Validation program

Posted May. 31, 2023 07:58,   

Updated May. 31, 2023 07:58


SK hynix announced Tuesday that its 10-nanometer technology-based fifth-generation server DRAM has entered the Intel’s validation program, signaling a fierce competition over high-tech memory technology with Samsung Electronics, which also announced on May 18 that it has begun mass production of 12nm-class DDR5 DRAM.

The South Korean chipmaker announced that its latest DRAM entered Intel’s Data Center Certified Memory Program. Following a successful validation, SK Hynix’s DDR5 memory will be able to be adopted for Intel’s next-generation server chips.

The DDR5 products run at the world’s fastest speed of 6.4Gps, with a 33% improvement in data processing speed compared with test-run products in the early days of DDR5 development, and offer 20% reduction in power consumption than 1anm DDR5 products.

Do-Young Kwak now@donga.com