An exponential rise in data volume, and the rapid increase of advanced workloads like AI/ML training, requires constant innovation in all aspects of computing. Yet given the broad infrastructure implications, main memory technology changes infrequently, once every 5 or 6 years. The transition to DDR5 is a watershed industry event as it will be the main memory solution in servers for the rest of this decade.

Hear Shane Rau, Research Vice President at IDC discuss the market and technology trends surrounding the DDR5 transition, including workloads, hardware needs, market perspectives and industry timing. Joining him, John Eble, Vice President of Product Marketing at Rambus will examine the changes from DDR4 to DDR5 that are enabling more memory capacity and bandwidth critical to scaling future data centers.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Current market and technology drivers for increased memory performance
  • Timing and perspectives on the transition to DDR5 main memory
  • Features of DDR5 memory which enable higher bandwidth and capacity

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