To replace the current RAM modules found in almost every laptop and PC today, Samsung has introduced an innovative memory solution known as the Low-Power Compression Attached Memory Module (LPCAMM).
Samsung with New Memory Solution
At the moment, computers primarily use LPDDR and SODIMM RAM form factors. LPDDR is small but soldered to the motherboard, making replacement difficult. SODIMM RAM, which is commonly used in laptops, is easily detachable but has performance limitations.
According to the company, Samsung’s LPCAMM memory is a remarkable 60% smaller than SODIMM-based memory while simultaneously delivering up to a 50% performance boost and increasing power efficiency by up to 70%.
As device manufacturers prioritize power efficiency and sustainability, Samsung hopes that its LPCAMM form factor will effectively address both concerns.
It’s worth noting that this technology has passed system verification with Intel.
Samsung hopes to encourage the widespread adoption of this technology in the industry in the coming years due to its significantly improved power efficiency when compared to conventional memory, such as LPDDR5 RAM, and its seamless swap-in and swap-out capability.
LPCAMM’s Power-Saving Features
Furthermore, the company anticipates that LPCAMM’s power-saving features will make it an appealing choice for servers and broader IT infrastructure applications.
Because of its modular design, LPCAMM is a viable option for data center operators looking to reduce energy consumption and efficiently replace server components.
Samsung intends to test LPCAMM in collaboration with its customers in upcoming next-generation systems later this year, with the goal of commercializing the technology the following year.
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