Maximize IT Infrastructure — not budgets — with proven Micron® DDR4 Server DRAM
Micron’s DDR4 Server DRAM improves workload performance without busting budgets
The value of existing infrastructure can be extended with proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM performance. Data analytics workloads experience gains up to 60% in performance by simply doubling the DDR4 Server DRAM capacity1. Reduce the cost of last-gen servers up to 57%² by purchasing a server with a minimum configuration and adding proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM and Micron SSDs.
Improve the performance of mission-critical workloads like data analytics with smaller IT budgets by increasing server DDR4 capacity in deployed servers or by purchasing new DDR4 server platforms with a minimum configuration and adding proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM.
Boost data analytic performance without breaking the budget
The value of existing infrastructure can be extended with proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM performance.
Reduce the cost of new last-gen servers by up to 57% by purchasing a server with a minimum configuration and adding proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM and Micron SSDs2.
Critical workloads like data analytics don’t just keep businesses ahead of the competition; they’re essential for business continuity. Proven Micron DDR4 Server DRAM delivers substantial performance gains to break workload barriers, not IT budgets.
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Micron’s vastly improved DRAM and SSD selector takes the guesswork out of memory and SSD upgrades, making it easier and quicker to find compatible server upgrades.
With module densities up to 128GB, Micron Server DRAM enables you to maximize system performance by increasing the installed memory capacity of each server. Built with new technology that allows more gigabits per component, Micron DDR4 16Gb-based memory utilizes higher density components, resulting in modules that are twice as dense as 8Gb-based modules.
- Based on Micron internal benchmarks using TPC-H on a dual-socket, 32-core server equipped with Intel’s third-generation Xeon Scalable Processor (SP) running MSSQL Server. DDR4 Server DRAM capacity was doubled for a 3,000-scale factor problem size. Actual results may vary.
- All prices based on CDW.com list in the U.S. as of March 13, 2023 and may vary. For comparison purposes, we looked up components compatible with an HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 server listed at $3,158.99 and a Xeon Gold 5222 processor listed at $1,575.99. Compatible HPE (OEM) DRAM and SSDs, equaled $5,299.88. Comparable and compatible Micron registered DDR4 memory, Micron 5400 Pro SSDs, and server caddies for HP Proliant Gen4 servers, equaled $1,750.84, for a savings of $3,549.04. The cost comparison is for illustrative purposes only. Specific servers, OEM or Micron components used in this illustration may become unavailable for purchase. All prices may vary.
Want even more performance…?
Speed up next-generation application performance with Micron® DDR5 server DRAM: more than a generational jump in memory innovation. Reverse the trend of decreased bandwidth per core, feed rapidly growing processor core counts with memory bandwidth and density, plus enable nearly 2x the data rates1 of DDR4.
- Faster processing times for memory intensive applications2
- Higher bandwidths and better reliability, availability and scaling than DDR41
- Broad market enablement
- Tested and proven through Micron’s DDR5 Technology Enablement Program (TEP)
- Under memory-intensive workloads, DDR5 is designed to deliver 1.87x the bandwidth of DDR4 as a result of double the burst length, double the banks and bank groups, and significantly higher speed, as established by JEDEC, an independent organization that develops open standards for the microelectronics industry.
- DDR5 launch data rate of 4,800MT/s transfers 1.5x (50%) more data than the maximum standard DDR4 data rate of 3,200MT/s. JEDEC projected speeds of 8,800MT/s are 2.75x faster than DDR4’s maximum standard data rate of 3,200MT/s.