dcn-as logo
Story image

Kingston releases DDR4-3200 Registered DIMMs for AMD EPYC

14 Aug 2019

Kingston Technology has announced its 32GB, 16GB and 8GB Server Premier 3200MT/s DDR4 Registered DIMMs are available now to fully unleash the power of the new 2nd Gen AMD EPYC Processor (aka “Rome”).

Kingston’s Server Premier modules are specifically engineered to take full advantage of AMD’s latest eight-channel server microarchitecture. 

At 3200MT/s – the next-generation memory frequency supported in the latest AMD EPYC processor family – each DIMM provides peak bandwidth of 25.6GB/s. 

When grouped for multi-channel performance, this provides a significant boost in performance for today’s memory-intensive server applications.

For over three decades, Kingston has been the memory brand that customers choose to power their data centres. 

Server Premier memory features a locked BOM (Bill of Materials) to ensure a consistent brand and revision of DRAM and undergoes rigorous, dynamic burn-in testing designed to root out early-life failures at the factory before being shipped out. 

A key component of the production test process is that Kingston simulates customer workloads on the very same motherboards that are found in their data centres.

​Server Premier features include:

  • Locked Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Part Change Notifications (PCN) of 45-90 days
  • Server platform validation
  • Leading server motherboard manufacturer qualification
  • DDR4 speeds from 2400 – 3200MT/s
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Industry-leading service and support

“Our latest 3200MT/s memory modules have been thoroughly tested and are ready to be deployed in servers using ‘Rome,’ the new 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processor,” says a Kingston representative.

“OEMs and the world’s leading data centres trust and standardize on Kingston and our Server Premier memory solutions. We work closely together with our customers and partners giving unprecedented technical guidance and access so they can maximize the memory performance in their data centres.”

​The following modules are available now:

KSM32RD4/32MEI – 32GB DDR4-3200 ECC Registered DIMM CL22 2Rx4 1.2V (Micron E w/IDT)

KSM32RS4/16MEI – 16GB DDR4-3200 ECC Registered DIMM CL22 1Rx4 1.2V (Micron E w/IDT)

KSM32RD8/16MEI – 16GB DDR4-3200 ECC Registered DIMM CL22 2Rx8 1.2V (Micron E w/IDT)

KSM32RS8/8MEI – 8GB DDR4-3200 ECC Registered DIMM CL22 1Rx8 1.2V (Micron E w/IDT)

Story image
APAC region is creating its own 'data gravity' - Digital Realty
The Asia Pacific region generates so much data that it can generate its own ‘data gravity’ effect, attracting so much data that moving it becomes an almost impossible task.More
Story image
Data centre infrastructure spending still on the rise, despite setbacks
“Gartner expects larger enterprise data centres sites to hit pause temporarily and then resume expansion plans later this year or early next. However, hyperscalers will continue with their global expansion plans due to continued investments in public cloud.”More
Link image
Enterprises' data generation efficiency creates 'data gravity' problem
Enterprises are now data powerhouses, but they risk crumbling under the weight of 'data gravity'. But what is data gravity, and how do you break free? Find out more here.More
Story image
Pure Storage releases hybrid cloud enhancements across VMware portfolio
“By providing automated data services to applications in virtual machines and containers, Pure helps customers gain a modern data experience with their VMware hybrid clouds.”More
Story image
Nokia to migrate all on-prem IT infrastructure to Google Cloud
Nokia’s infrastructure and applications will operate in the public cloud or in a software-as-a-service model from now, and the company expects the extensive migration to take between 18 and 24 months to complete.More
Story image
Gartner reveals the top strategic tech trends for 2021
“CIOs are striving to adapt to changing conditions to compose the future business - this requires the organisational plasticity to form and reform dynamically. Gartner’s top strategic technology trends for 2021 enable that plasticity.”More