Samsung has unveiled the 512 GB DDR5 memory module. Computers we use today typically use up to 8 or 16 GB of DDR4 RAM. Samsung's recently unveiled 512 GB DDR5 memory module is said to run at 7200 Mbps. The new module will be used on high-bandwidth and high-bandwidth servers, the company said. These include artificial intelligence and machine learning, which consume a lot of memory. Such a high-capacity memory module is made possible by the state-of-the-art HKMG technology currently available.
The technology was adopted by Samsung in 2018 for its GDDR6 memory. In general, HKMG replaces the malignant layer in the DRAM structure. It is said that the shells in those layers will not allow the current to leak, so the work will be efficient. In this new module, Samsung has also been able to reduce energy consumption by 13 percent, according to PCMag. com.

"Samsung is the only semiconductor company with logic and memory capabilities, and its ability to incorporate HMMG's state-of-the-art logic technology into the development of its memory products is a great achievement," said Young Xu Shon, vice president of DRAM Memory Planning / Enabling Group at Samsung Electronics.

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