Dataram's DRST2000/8GB memory option effectively allows customers to double the maximum memory capacities of the systems.
The Sun Fire T2000 supports up to 64GB of Dataram memory, double the 32GB capacity from Sun, when all 16 Dimm slots are populated with 4GB modules. Memory must be installed in groups of eight or 16 matched Dimms.
The Sun Fire T1000 will support up to 32GB of Dataram memory, versus 16GB with Sun. Memory must be installed in groups of four or eight matched Dimms.
In addition to the 8GB upgrade, Dataram's DRST2000 family of memory options for the T1000 and T2000 include 1GB, 2GB and 4GB upgrades, featuring DDR2 ECC Dimms with Chipkill advanced error correction technology.
Dataram memory options are typically priced up to 50 per cent lower than Sun's memory upgrades, according to Dataram product manager Jeff Goldenbaum.
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