What is sulfuration?
  • Sulfur reacts with silver used in DRAM modules and creates silver sulfide (Ag2S)
  • This corrosion lowers conductivity and can potentially lead to module failure
How do we handle sulfuration?
  • The resistors on Innodisk anti-sulfuration DRAM are covered with a protective layer
  • This layer safeguards the silver from any harmful substances the surrounding environment
  • All modules passed 480 hours SGS anti-sulfuration testing
 
Sulfur contamination can severely affect unprotected memory modules. The sulfur reacts with the silver found in the DRAM resistors, slowly corroding until conductivity is lost! Other than industries were sulfur is a known threat, such as mining and petrochemical facilities, sulfur corrosion can also creep up on.

To mitigate this issue, Innodisk is implementing full Anti-Sulfuration measures for all DDR4 modules – without any added cost! This follows Innodisk’s larger push to combat the dangers from contamination and harsh environments.

Innodisk can offer the market’s fastest industrial-grade DRAM modules, and this added feature will further strengthen the DDR4-series. The DDR4 modules are available in form factors such as Very Low-Profile (VLP), SODIMM, Mini DIMM and more.

For extreme temperature conditions, wide temperature modules that can withstand -40°C to 85°C are also available. Other options that can further increase robustness and side fill, which will provide an even more durable module.
 
Free-of-Cost Upgrade
  • All Innodisk DDR4 modules will be upgraded without any added cost to include robust anti-sulfuration measures
 
Long-term Protection 
  • Decrease your TCO by investing in modules with lasting durability in hostile environments
 
Applications

 

 
Product Highlights
 
DDR4 ECC SODIMM
 
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DDR4 RDIMM
 
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DDR4 WT SODIMM
 
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DDR4 RDIMM VLP
 
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