BOISE, USA: Micron Technology Inc. and Inspur Group announced that Micron's 8Gb DDR3 SDRAM components will be used in a wide range of Inspur's computing products.
This announcement follows Micron's July 11 introduction of the industry's first monolithic 8Gb DDR3 SDRAM, based on the company's latest-generation 25nm DRAM manufacturing process.
The 8Gb DDR3 SDRAM is the newest addition to Micron's portfolio of advanced memory and storage solutions and will be used by Inspur to deliver high-performance, power-efficient servers targeted at cloud data centers and high-performance computing applications. Inspur will begin integrating Micron's components in their 2U rack products in early 2015 and will start volume shipments shortly thereafter.
Micron and Inspur have had a close, cooperative relationship for many years. As China's largest server supplier, Inspur is focused on solutions that enhance memory and I/O speed in order to meet the growing demand for better performance. The latest 8Gb DRAM component introduced by Micron meets this need by providing a higher density memory portfolio with better total cost of ownership.