Apacer releases high-end cloud server module
Responds to 7.2% growth in server market
Taiwanese memory module developer Apacer this week announced it has introduced a high-capacity, high-speed 8GB DDR3 1600 UDIMM with ECC Server Memory Module to the market.
According to Apacer the module helps enterprises build high-performance, energy-saving cloud environments, with server systems running at 12800MB/s.
Apacer said the release of the module was in direct response to a report by Gartner, the market research institute, which said global server market sales recorded a year-on-year increase of 5.2% for Q3 of 2012, and entire shipment volume recorded a year-on-year increase of 7.2%, showing an upward trend.
Despite weak global economic growth forecasts, Cloud Computing has become a mainstream trend, which urges enterprises to continually build corresponding data centers to improve efficiency.
Apacer’s latest DDR3 Server Memory Module has a capacity up to 8GB and performance up to 1600MT/s.
“Thanks to its outstanding hardware design and advanced 30nm processed memory chips, server systems can maintain excellent stability while implementing high-speed computing, offering multiple superior storage device options to the enterprises’ commercial market,” said Apacer.
According to Apacer, the DDR3 Server Memory Module has gone through rigorous reliability tests and is fully compatible with the latest Intel/AMD 2-ways server platform and supports the latest Intel Quad-Channel Xeon CPU series and AMD Quad-Channel Opteron 6000 series server platforms, demonstrating incomparable platform compatibility.