Apacer Launches 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMMs for ARM Architecture

Apr 21, 2016

The memory industry’s leading brand Apacer has long focused on the R&D, manufacturing and service of a complete line of memory products. It is also committed to stringent quality requirements in industrial-grade products, long-term stable supply and customized R&D capability. Demonstrating a high standard in customized R&D driven by customers’ requirements, Apacer has launched the 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMM memory module with 1/2/4GB capacities designed specifically for ARM architecture.

Unlike the 64-Bit memory module for x86 system, Apacer’s 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMM memory modules mainly support the ARM architecture. Given its high energy efficiency, ARM processors have a large share in the networking, Internet of Vehicles (IoV), mobile communication and embedded device markets. Tailor-made for the ARM-based markets, the low-cost, low-power-consuming yet high-performing 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMM memory modules are the best solutions for businesses. In comparison with the 1.8V operating voltage of DDR2 modules, the 1.5V voltage requirement of 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMMs allows for 20% reduction in power consumption, leading to cost-saving benefits.

Apacer’s 32-Bit DDR3 SO-DIMM memory modules are developed in accordance with stringent industrial standards. They are made with high-quality memory chips from original manufacturers and undergo rigorous testing to ensure the high degree of stability and reliability required of industrial level. This series of memory modules is widely used in ARM embedded systems for networking, IoV and mobile communication, and their energy efficiency, low cost and high performance make them the perfect choice for businesses.

32-Bit DDR3 SODIMM Specification


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