Staktek moves its proprietary ArctiCore technology into the big leagues

Staktek has annonced a new reference design for memory modules using its proprietary ArctiCore technology. This high-speed, high-capacity system allows for cost-effective module designs with capacities of up to 8GB.

While capacities of up to 8GB are quite compelling, the other trump card of the memory modules is the ArctiCore system:

ArctiCore is a revolutionary module technology with superior electrical, mechanical and thermal characteristics for enterprise and consumer electronics. ArctiCore utilizes a double-sided, multi-layer flexible circuit with an integrated edge connector folded around a rigid core. This dramatically increases the area available for mounting devices, which enhances thermal management, improves reliability and enables a thinner overall width compared to conventional module technologies.

The Fully Buffered Dual In-Line Memory Modules (FBDIMM) operate at speeds of up to DDR2-800 and samples 2GB and 4GB samples are available now. Availability of 8GB modules is dependent on 2Gb DRAM chips.

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