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January 6, 2005

Dataram delivers clone memory for HP integrities

Memory supplier Dataram has begun to offer clone memory modules that work inside Hewlett-Packard Co's Integrity rx4640-8 servers.

By CBR Staff Writer

Dataram is supplying main memory cards that match those offered by HP in 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB capacities, and is also supplying 16GB memory modules that allow the maximum main memory of this eight-way Itanium 2 server to be boosted from 64GB to 128GB.

The rx4640-8 is a four-socket Itanium server that uses HP’s mx2 dual Madison processor modules, which pushes it from being a four-way to an eight-way server. All Integrity machines support HP-UX, Linux, Windows, and soon OpenVMS.

Dataram’s 2GB memory module for the rx4640-8 costs $809, the 4GB module costs $1,621, the 8GB module costs $4,189, and the 16GB module costs $21,050.

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