DRAM modules are clusters of Dynamic Random Access Memory chips that are assembled on circuit boards. These are widely used as the main memory of a computer. Every single DRAM memory cell consists of a capacitor and a transistor inside an integrated circuit, and the capacitor stores a data bit.
Transistors tend to leak a little bit, which is why the capacitors are designed to slowly discharge, draining the information inside. As a result, DRAM needs to be given a new electronic charge or what we call “refreshed” every few milliseconds to retain data.
The single-transistor memory cells in DRAM chips utilize capacitors to stock up each bit in a format of rows and columns. These chips are a sort of Random Access Memory (RAM) that need the capacitor to be continually refreshed or charged to retain data. Since DRAM modules are dynamic memory devices, they need a power supply to keep their data. As such, these modules make use of volatile memory.
Choosing The Best DRAM Modules in The Market
Your goal should be to select reliable, high-precision DRAM modules that are designed specifically for applications in critical and challenging work environments. In general, the more dependable is your industrial grade module, the safer it is for your business data and applications. If you are looking for the best performing DRAM Modules available today, Accelerated Memory Production Inc. has a wide array of options available to suit your requirements.
Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM)
It aligns CPU clock speed with the memory speed so that the memory controller is aware of the precise clock cycle when the requested data will be all set. This way, the CPU is able to execute more instructions at a given time. A standard SDRAM can transmit data at up to 133 MHz of speed.
Double Data Rate SDRAM (DDR SDRAM)
This is a kind of synchronous memory with twice the bandwidth of a single data rate (SDR) SDRAM. It runs at the same clock frequency by using a technique known as “double pumping” which enables transmission of data on both the falling and rising edges of the clock signal without any rise in clock frequency.
DDR2, DDR3, and DDR4 SDRAM are the successors of DDR1 SDRAM. While they all work on the same principles, they are not backward-compatible. Each generation offers faster performance and higher transfer rates. For example, the latest DDR4 modules are equipped with high-speed at 2133/2400/2666and even 3200 MT/s.
AMP Inc. DRAM Modules
Accelerated Memory Production Inc. offers industrial memory modules in different form factors, capacities, and architectures. AMP DRAM modules are frequently used in embedded systems and industrial PCs.
Our DRAM modules are not only resistant against dust, shock, vibration and other extreme conditions, they perform optimally even under the most challenging applications and workloads, and in different operating environments.
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AMP Inc. specializes in highest quality memory and storage solutions including DRAM modules and solid state drives (SSDs). We deliver all the research and development support from concept to completion and every product is backed by our commitment to superior quality and fastest turnaround times possible.
To know more about the descriptions, specifications, and types of our DRAM modules, talk to our representatives today. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach out to us at 714-460-9800 or write to us online.