Swissbit has released new members of its INDUSTRIAL family of DDR3 SODIMMs compatible with the JEDEC DDR3L standard running at 1.35V. DDR3L will allow an up to 15% reduction in power consumption over DDR3.
With the introduction of 3x and 2x nm DRAM technology, the modules are able to run at lower external supply voltage than the standard 1.50V. Foreseeing this evolution, JEDEC as the standardization group for DRAM components has developed a new standard for 1.35V operation called DDR3L (L standing for low voltage). Systems supporting this feature benefit from a reduced supply voltage and decreased power consumption. This lowers the self heating, and thermal margins while increasing system reliability.
Swissbit now offers DDR3L SO-DIMMs and DDR3L SO-UDIMMs (72b SO-DIMMs) with 2GB to 8GB densities, and speed grades up to DDR3L-1600.
The modules are available in both commercial 0oC to +85oC (TCase) and industrial -40oC to +95oC (TCase) temperature grades and with ECC (error correction support) on demand.
Please contact Allyanz today for more details or evaluation samples of the Swissbit DDR3L SO-DIMMs.