Registering clock driver advances data centre server performance
EP&T MagazineElectronics Semiconductors DRAM memory semiconductor
RAMBUS Gen4 DDR5 Registering Clock Driver (RCD) boosts the data rate to 7200 MT/s, setting a new benchmark for performance and enabling a 50% increase in memory bandwidth over today’s 4800 MT/s DDR5 module solutions. State-of-the-art device supports the rapid pace of server main memory performance improvements to meet the demands of generative AI and other advanced data centre workloads. Memory interface chips including the RCD, Serial Presence Detect (SPD) Hub and Temperature Sensors are important in achieving a new level of performance for leading-edge servers.