KINGMAX recently launched its latest ECC DDR3 SO-DIMM into the components market. The DIMMs, equipped with the ECC (Error Check and Correction) function to increase system stability, are designed specifically for the use in micro servers and embedded systems that are constantly used in critical missions.
The development of these new DIMMs come in light of the rising network development and micro servers market. Micro servers are becoming more and more commonplace among the throngs of businesses and corporation, as these machines simplify structure as well as reducing both cost and space.
KINGMAX's ECC SO-DIMM utilizes ECC technology in order to ensure that the data send to the memory is correct. The ECC technology works by automatically correcting the error or by requesting the system the resend the data once more. Thus, it is able to keep the system working as normal and avoiding sudden system failure due to memory error.
The new KINGMAX ECC SO-DIMM are available in speeds of 1333MHz and 1600MHz and come in capacities of either 4GB or 8GB. For companies who are concerned about energy saving, there is a 1.35V version of the same ECC SO-DIMM, which reduces power by 10-15% when in use.
KINGMAX's server DIMMs also include DDR3 Registered DIMM, ECC Unbuffered DIMM and VLP DDR3 Registered DIMM for other various server applications, which are designed for mid-range to high-end servers requiring higher performance, scalability and stability.
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