Rambus released the industry’s first 5600 MT/s DDR5 Registered Clock Driver (RCD), further improving server storage performance

Beijing, China, November 17, 2021 – As the industry’s leading supplier of chips and IP cores, and committed to making data transmission faster and more secure, Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS) today announced that it has started to Major DDR5 memory module (RDIMM) suppliers provide samples of second-generation RCD chips with a data transfer rate of up to 5600MT/s. The performance of the second-generation RCD chip is stronger, and the data transfer rate of the first-generation 4800MT/s Rambus DDR5 RCD is increased by 17%. Through key innovations, Rambus can provide 5600 MT/s performance with lower latency and energy consumption, while optimizing timing parameters to increase the margin of RDIMM.

Rambus released the industry’s first 5600 MT/s DDR5 Registered Clock Driver (RCD), further improving server storage performance

Rambus 5600 MT/s DDR5 RCD eye diagram

Shane Rau, Vice President of IDC’s Computing semiconductor Research Department, said: “High-end workloads are continuing to drive the demand for greater memory bandwidth. DDR5 ecosystem participants represented by Rambus must continue to improve performance standards to meet the rapid growth of data center applications. Needs.”

Sean Fan, Chief Operating Officer of Rambus, said: “RCD is a key enabling component of DDR5 server DIMMs and provides the bandwidth and capacity required by the next-generation data center. Achieving a data transfer rate of 5600MT/s is Rambus’s DDR5 memory interface. The latest proof of staying ahead in the product field.”

Compared with DDR4, DDR5 memory has more intelligent functions built into DIMM, which can double the data transmission rate and quadruple the capacity, while also reducing power consumption and improving memory efficiency. The Rambus memory interface chip is the key to achieving a new level of performance for the next generation of servers.

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