As 5G rolls out across the world, applications such as edge computing, Internet of Vehicles and IIoT are evolving rapidly. Now Apacer, after releasing the industry’s most complete wide-temperature 3D NAND PCIe product line, has introduced an industrial wide-temperature DDR4 2666 memory module, made exclusively with ICs supplied by Samsung to create product differentiation. Apacer is expanding its business into industrial applications driven by intelligent connectivity, and this product will allow manufacturers to pull ahead of their competition in the 5G market.
More and more networked products are subject to extreme temperatures. From an outdoor computing device with low heat dissipation to automobile electronics or a smart automated device near the heat source of a production plant, the challenges produced by extreme temperatures are myriad. It’s no surprise that industrial manufacturers demand components that can withstand temperature swings from -40 to 85°C. Unlike the commercial ICs some memory manufacturers use to produce industrial wide-temperature memory by using the sorting method, Apacer insists on using industrial-grade chips from original manufacturers in its DDR4-2666 high-performance wide-temperature memory. This can effectively avoid the high malfunction rates of commercial IC products operating in extreme temperature environments.
Apacer encourages customers and purchasing organizations to identify wide-temperature industrial-grade memory products using the identification code, to avoid the risk of misusing commercial ICs in industrial applications. Taking Apacer’s DDR4-2666 wide-temperature memory as an example, if the third-last digit is the letter “I”, then the product is designed for industrial use.