Innodisk Unveils DDR3L 1866 Memory for Industrial Applications on Latest Intel Apollo Lake Platform
September 13, 2016 – Taipei, Taiwan - Innodisk, the service driven flash and DRAM provider, introduces DDR3L 1866 memory modules designed for industrial applications on Intel's latest Apollo Lake platform. The new, unbuffered long DIMM and compact SODIMM memory offerings will feature significantly lower power consumption and higher performance than comparable DDR3 modules, and will have ECC error correction available for industrial and embedded applications.
According to Intel’s latest product roadmap, announced in 2016, the next-generation processor Apollo Lake will replace the Braswell and Bay Trail processors and become the mainstream platform by Q4, 2016. Innodisk’s DDR3L memory modules are compatible with Apollo Lake with speeds up to 1866 MT/s, making it easier for customers to upgrade their system.
Improved Memory Performance at a Lower Voltage
Operating at 1866 MT/s, Innodisk’s DDR3L memory offers up to 15% improved performance, with 10% lower power consumption compared to current mainstream DDR3 DRAM modules. With Intel Apollo Lake projected to be the embedded platform of choice by Q4 of 2016, Innodisk’s DDR3L 1866 memory modules will facilitate the next generation of embedded performance.
Innodisk’s proprietary 30μ" gold finger connector interface surpasses the industry standard 3μ" specification and delivers a 30μ" pin-width to DRAM modules for extra protection against scratches and environmental damage. By using industrial-grade wide temperature components, it allows the operation to withstand temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C. Additionally, its built-in thermal sensors are especially suited for fanless computers to alert the system to temperature changes. This allows for the monitoring of individual memory module temperatures, boosting performance and preventing overheating.
Innodisk’s DDR3L 1866 DRAM module series UDIMM/SODIMM and UDIMM/SODIMM with ECC are available now, offered in speeds of 1866 MT/s and with a voltage of 1.35V.