The SME xValue memory modules DDR3L-1866 intended for industrial systems platform, Intel Apollo Lake
Company SME xValue has introduced DDR3L-1866, intended for industrial systems platform, Intel Apollo Lake. According to the plans of Intel processor generation Apollo Lake will replace the Bay Trail and Braswell in the fourth quarter. New modules will be produced in variants UDIMM and SO-DIMM. According to the manufacturer, they are superior to the DDR3 modules, shown in performance, and have lower power consumption.
Advantage over the DDR3-1600 in performance reaches 15%, while power consumption is 10% less. The voltage of the new modules — 1.35 V.
The features associated with the scope of modules, the manufacturer considers a more reliable stab connector with plating of increased thickness, exceeding the requirements of the standard. The module uses components designed for industrial temperature range so that the modules can operate at temperatures from -40°C to 85°C. Built-in temperature sensors prevent overheating. Module shipments, including varieties with ECC, has already begun.
Source: SME XValue