Innodisk has announced that it will be among the first to supply DDR4 registered DIMM product samples to the next generation server system. Innodisk is offering the registered DIMM in capacities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB to the server environment that need registered memory for mission-critical system that need proper data handling.
While DDR3 is still the dominant memory on the market today for desktop system, we should expect to see DDR4 to slowly gaining the ground with the upcoming Haswell-E sometimes next year. The DDR4 will start at 2133 MHz frequency and operates at 1.2 volts. Compare this to the standard 1.5v or even the low voltage 1.35v on the DDR3, we can expect the move to DDR4 to provide us even lower overall system power consumption and longer battery life. Not only that the performance will increase with DDR4, the maximum capacity density has also been increased from 64GB to 128GB.