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Windows 7: Samsung 'Green Memory' Campaign Is About 40nm 2Gb DDR3

11 Sep 2009   #1

Samsung 'Green Memory' Campaign Is About 40nm 2Gb DDR3

Samsung Electronics, one of the world's leading vendors of consumer electronics and computer components, has recently announced the debut of a new marketing campaign that is intended to promote its 40nm-based 2Gb DDR3 chips. The campaign, which has been titled “Green Memory,” is focused on providing details on the energy-saving advantages that are delivered by the 40nm DRAMs, which have been designed to work at voltages of 1.35V, compared with the 1.5V voltage enabled on the other JEDEC-approved DDR3.

“40nm-class DDR3 DRAM achieves a 1.35V usage level, which is only a quarter of the energy used by 60nm-class DRAM, the mainstream product in the DRAM market today. It provides a single solution to the growing demand for servers to host larger volumes and achieve higher efficiencies,” Dongsoo Jun, executive vice president, Memory Sales and Marketing, Samsung Electronics, said. “40nm-class DDR3 DRAM will not only provide a solution for servers, but will extend to the entire IT marketplace to reach the end consumer and provide many benefits such as maintenance cost reductions.”

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