Kingston validates Server Premier DDR4 on Intel Purley platform
Validation also marks the launch of Kingston's new Server Premier array
Kingston Technology Company, an independent memory products maker, has said its 32GB, 16GB and 8GB Server Premier DDR4-2666 registered DIMMs have received validation on the Intel Purley Platform, featuring the Intel Xeon Scalable processor family.
The validation also marks the launch of Kingston's new Server Premier array, which is focused on the latest server architectures making their debut in this. Kingston's new Server Premier builds on a legacy of class-leading server memory quality that target system builders, SMB and data centers with a fully locked build solution for guaranteed consistency.
Kingston's Purley-validated Server Premier modules are specifically engineered to unleash the power of Intel's new six-channel server microarchitecture, without memory frequency clock down restrictions experienced in previous platforms. At 2666MT/s - the next-generation performance frequency for DDR4 memory - each DIMM provides peak bandwidth of 21.3GB/s.
"We are proud to introduce Server Premier as a simplified set of memory part numbers with broad or multi-platform compatibility," said Jonathan Kaoh, server business manager, Kingston. "With Server Premier, customers can expect the same degree of reliability from Kingston's rigorous testing, performance and support that have made us the memory of choice powering the world's data centres."
According to Kingston, the Server Premier is a simplified portfolio of server memory products that target the specific requirements of data centre and cloud customers as well as business customers, system integrators and SMBs.
The vendor said Server Premier is part of its complete family of enterprise memory solutions for the data centre.