Dataram, a manufacturer of computer memory, storage products, software and services, has unveiled 16GB DDR3 memory enhancements for IBM and Oracle’s Sun 2-way servers that use Intel Xeon 5500 processors.
The company said that the maximum memory of 192GB is available on these servers. With 24GB of memory for each processor core, the systems are suitable for memory intensive applications requiring high I/O rates and for server consolidation with virtualisation.
Dataram said that the new 16GB memory enhancements, DRIX1066RQ/16GB for IBM servers and DRSX1066RQ/16GB for Sun servers. The new offering supports IBM’s servers including system x3400 M2, x3500 M2, x3550 M2, x3650 M2 and iDataPlex dx360 M2 and Oracle’s Sun servers Sun Fire x4170, x4270, x4275.
Paul Henke, director of technology and product management at Dataram, said: “Users of memory intensive applications turn to Dataram for the largest memory upgrades possible in a variety of server architectures. As a specialist in server memory, Dataram is again first-to-market with high-capacity DIMMs, having performed extensive validation testing and customer sampling to ensure 100% compatibility at product launch.
“This product launch supports Dataram’s corporate strategy to deliver data centre solutions that optimise performance, leverage existing IT investments and make measurable reductions in the total cost of ownership associated with these assets.”