System heat constraints are a constant headache for system designers who must accommodate heat-sensitive components into their designs. This constraint is an increasingly big problem as modern designs become more and more compact where heat-generating intensive computing and data processing in closed installation spaces.
Ultra Temperature memory eradicates these issues in one step, going beyond the typical industrial-grade temperature range to support from -40℃ to 125℃.
Extended temperature support will prove extremely valuable for the following applications:
Self-driving vehicles must do double-duty in dealing with the increased data processing demands and extra heat for autonomous vehicles and the small unventilated enclosure they work in.
Fanless embedded systems typically operate in harsh environments with less room to add the deep cooling fins and fans where are likely to crash or get damaged if their system temperature exceeds specifications.
Mission-critical systems demand complete reliability in environments that are not hospitable to electronics, often operating with ambient temperatures that would destroy an average system.
Provides a tougher, more reliable connection than typical 30µ” gold fingers on industrial-grade DRAM.
Protects and strengthens delicate solder joints against thermal and mechanical stress.
An additional protective layer above vulnerable parts protects against sulfur corrosion of silver alloys.
Built-in temperature sensor accurately measures and tracks component temperature.
Gold finger insert and extract tests (100 cycles)
United States Standard
International Safe Transit Association
Association of Japan
Ultra Temperature DRAM module has the potential to eliminate one of the biggest roadblocks in computer design by simply accommodating higher temperatures. This development can streamline the development of all the systems mentioned earlier. This fares well when combined with the general growth of these markets. Self-driving cars show a positive market outlook, and according to a recent market research report, the demand is set to rise from USD 23.33 Billion in 2020 to USD 64.88 Billion by 2026, a CAGR of 22.7% from 2021 to 2026.