Samsung has unveiled a new line of 32GB server memory modules. As with earlier PC memory deployments, the new systems are based on the firm's 40nm memory chips.
The range combines the smaller chips into a single registered dual in-line memory module, which operates with the same energy consumption as the previous 16GB product line
Samsung has long touted the energy-saving benefits of its 40nm memory chips, but the company is already looking ahead to a new 30nm line.
"Our highly successful implementation of 40nm-class technology is indicative of our determination to move toward the 30nm-class process node in the second half of this year," said Soo-In Cho, memory president and general manager of Samsung.
"Our 30nm-class technology will provide even more advanced memory solutions for high-end server and PC applications."
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