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The next step in DDR4 server memory technology is here
Process data faster. Reduce power expenses. And minimize your TCO. It all starts with optimizing speed, efficiency, and your IT budget with Crucial DDR4 8Gb-based server memory.
Maximize channel density
Higher density components enable higher density modules, which offer increased performance. This makes it easy to scale up in the future as dependence on server applications increases through expanded virtualization, OLTP, Big Data, in-memory databases, and more all of which rely on memory density and performance.
Increase energy efficiency and minimize your TCO
Higher-density modules provide more value per gigabit and are also up to 20% more energy efficient than current 4Gb-based offerings.1 Crucial 8Gb-based server memory also yields a more cost-effective 32GB module when compared to a 4Gb-based 32GB module. Taken together, the increase in density and value contribute to a marked improvement in total cost of ownership.
Enhance server reliability
Crucial 8Gb-based server memory is extensively tested to mission-critical standards and backed by the Reliance Program2 and a limited lifetime warranty.3 Validated for the next generation of Intel® Xeon® server product families, Crucial DDR4 8Gb-based memory maximizes next generation server deployments.
Micron qualitya higher level of reliability
As a brand of Micron, one of the largest memory manufacturers in the world, Crucial DDR4 memory represents the future of server capability. From the original DDR technology to DDR4, we've engineered the memory technologies that have powered the world's servers for 35 years and counting. Designed for leading platforms, compatible with OEM systems and warranties, and backed by a limited lifetime warranty, Crucial DDR4 memory pushes the limits on server performance.