Mouser sells Intel's phase change memory on DDR modules

August 11, 2020 // By Peter Clarke
Mouser sells Intel's phase change memory on DDR modules
Mouser is now stocking Optane memory modules from Intel with capacities of up to 512GBytes.

These modules are based on 3D Xpoint memory, a form of phase-change non-volatile memory.

The modules are DDR4 socket compatible and operate on the same buses/channels as DDR4 DRAM. The modules can be configured to operate as volatile memory capacity indistinguishable from DRAM from a software perspective, or as non-volatile memory that retains its data like an SSD, but at 225 times faster data access than a typical NAND-based drive.

The modules are available in capacities of 128Gbytes, 256Gbytes, and 512GBytes, and are compatible with the second-generation Intel Xeon processor family. The modules have two operational modes – app direct mode and memory mode — allowing users to tailor their persistent memory solutions to specific workloads.

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