Samsung Storage and Memory Chosen for ProLiant Servers

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 28, 2010


Samsung Electronics has recently said that the company's 1.35 Volt, 1333 Mbps Green DDR3 DRAM memory and Enterprise SSDs, have been chosen for use in HP ProLiant G6 and G7 servers. According to this news release on Trading Markets, the HP ProLiant G6 and G7 servers designed for use in virtualized environments where energy efficiency and performance optimization are dual objectives of IT managers.


Samsung's 1333 Mbps Green DDR3 DRAM memory and Enterprise SSDs have been chosen for use in HP ProLiant G6 and G7 servers.

"Samsung noted its Green DDR3 uses 40nm-class 1.35V 2Gb-based DRAM technology to enhance the energy efficiency and performance of servers. The Green DDR3, which consumes 73 percent less power than DDR2 and features bandwidth up to 1333 Mbps, is available in dual-in-line memory modules (DIMMs) from 4GB to 32GBs with the HP G7 and select G6 servers offering densities of 4GB (both registered and unregistered with error correction code (ECC), and 8GB registered DIMMs with ECC. As a result, the total power consumption of these servers is markedly less than that of previous generations."

Read the Full News Release at Trading Markets

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