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HyperCloud to own the 32GB market ?

Marketability as a better RDIMM

UPDATE: 07/09/2012 – buyout
UPDATE: 07/09/2012 – strategic value of RDIMM-compatibility and misconceptions debunked
UPDATE: 07/27/2012 – confirmed HCDIMM similar latency as RDIMMs
UPDATE: 07/27/2012 – confirmed LRDIMM latency and throughput weakness

Is Netlist a buyout candidate ?

Is LRDIMM a dead-end product ?

Is it easier to market a better RDIMM that includes all the features of an LRDIMM ?

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Second take

UPDATE: added 06/24/2012: Invensas on LRDIMM design inferiority vs. HyperCloud

Basically LRDIMMs and DDR4 are both going to be using NLST IP.

This article gives a good introduction:

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First the short take

LRDIMMs is at end-of-life and DDR4 is copying NLST IP.

The new Intel Romley virtualization/data center servers from IBM and HP have support for Netlist (NLST) HyperCloud memory.

This is the memory DDR4 is going to copy (license).

LRDIMMs are already copying it – but have implemented it with asymmetrical lines – leading to latency issues – and inability to deliver 1333MHz at 3 DPC.

With HP Smart Memory HyperCloud – you can get 1333MHz at 3 DPC at 24DIMMs on the 2-processor DL360p and DL380p servers.

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HyperCloud, LRDIMMs and DDR4 and the future of server memory

I will try to examine some of the issues related to intellectual property and the constraints that are influencing DDR4 and the direction it will take.

Also an examination of LRDIMMs and their relevance.

And HyperCloud memory from Netlist (NLST).

The other players who may make an appearance:

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