JEDEC officials reported last Thursday that "DDR5 memory will provide twice the bandwidth and density of DDR4, as well as improved performance." Other improvements have been promised that will enable increased performance and better power management, both for end-user PCs and high-end servers. quality.
JEDEC said that work on the DDR5 standard is progressing rapidly and the final version of the standard is set for 2018. In brief, DDR4 had come to market with 2014, while DD3 released 2007.
If JEDEC releases the DDR5 standard of 2018, then we expect to see the first DDR5 memories on store shelves in the same year.
JEDEC officials also announced that they are working on another memory chip standard, NVDIMM-P (Non-Volatile Dual In-line Memory Module), which "will be a new unit high capacity memory for IT systems'.
The term "Non-Volative" means that the memory will retain its contents even when electrical power is removed either by an unexpected power loss, system crash, or normal vacation operation. Το «Double In-Line» προσδιορίζει το προϊόν και τη χρήση του πακέτου DIMM. Η NVDIMMs θα βελτιώσει την απόδοση των εφαρμογών και την ασφάλεια των data. It will also enhance the durability and reliability of SSD drives.
This model is also expected to be 2018. JEDEC will release more details about DDR5 and NVDIMM-P in June at the Server Forum in Santa Clara, Calif.