Increase bandwidth and total system memory capacity
Memory-dependant server applications are often inhibited by RDIMM channel ranking limitations. Crucial LRDIMMs solve this problem by utilizing a memory buffer chip that reduces electrical loads presented to the memory bus, allowing more DIMMs to be populated per channel. The result? Increased memory bandwidth, improved energy efficiency, and greater memory density compared to standard RDIMMs.
Increase memory bandwidth and performance
Since Crucial LRDIMMs are engineered to reduce electrical loads presented to the CPU, they enable more installed DIMMS per channel for greater memory density. With more memory density and reduced electrical loads, servers are able to run Crucial LRDIMMs at a higher frequency, enabling up to 50% more memory bandwidth.
Increase energy efficiency and lower your TCO
Not only do Crucial LRDIMMs use less voltage and standby current, but they transmit power in a more efficient manner to the CPU (via the data path buffer), allowing for additional power savings and a lower total cost of ownership.
Increase the performance of demanding server applications
For memory-dependant server applications such as virtualization, cloud computing, in-memory databases, Big Data, HPC and more, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more cost-effective performance solution. Because Crucial LRDIMMs enable dramatic performance gains, they’re the smart way to increase memory bandwidth and capacity, while also reducing power expenses.
Powerful and persistent server memory performance.
In fast-paced business environments, sales and customer satisfaction are decided in milliseconds. Crucial® NVDIMMs give your organization the advantage when data transactions hang in the balance by fusing memory with on-module NAND, which gives you near-instant access with data persistence. Crucial NVDIMMs safeguard data during power loss, remove I/O bottlenecks that are holding your servers back, and increase the performance of server applications such as Big Data analytics, relational databases, storage appliances, virtual desktop infrastructure, and in-memory databases by utilizing the data needing fast access in memory.
Preserve access to critical data
Not only do Crucial NVDIMMs accelerate your servers, they’re also nonvolatile, which improves system data security. In the event of power loss, standard memory would lose all data in RAM, while an NVDIMM will retain it. If power is lost, the system controller sends a hardware signal to the NVDIMM to perform a backup operation. Then, the NVDIMM controller activates the power management circuitry, drawing power from the ultracapacitor and providing energy to the NVDIMM for the backup operation. The controller then manages the transfer of data from the DRAM into the onboard NAND. Once system power is restored, data is transferred from the NAND back to the DRAM.
Accelerate applications by partitioning your data
The low latency and persistence of Crucial NVDIMMs allow you to get more out of hot data, metadata, tables, and journals without the need to spend costly latency cycles caching data to storage tiers that are much slower. Plus, storing the rest of your data on an SSD that delivers the next fastest storage access optimizes the performance and reliability of your systems.
Combine performance and low latency with persistence
DRAM and NAND inherently address different memory issues. DRAM supplies the best memory performance and lowest latency. NAND, on the other hand, supplies higher density as well as data persistence. When put together in Crucial NVDIMMs, you get high-capacity memory modules aided by JEDEC-approved firmware, speeds up to 2933 MT/s, and densities starting at 16GB, supported by the safety net of NAND storage to limit costly downtime and provide persistent data integrity in the event of system power loss.
The fastest, easiest way to improve your desktop’s performance
There’s an easy cure for a slow computer: more memory. Designed to help your system run faster and smoother, Crucial Desktop Memory is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to improve your system’s performance. Load programs faster. Increase responsiveness. Run data-intensive applications with ease, and increase your desktop’s multitasking capabilities.
Make everything on your computer faster
Memory is a component in your computer that allows for short-term data access. Since your system’s moment-to-moment operations rely on short-term data access – loading applications, browsing the Web or editing a spreadsheet – the speed and amount of memory in your system plays a critical role. Load apps in seconds by increasing the speed of your memory and installing more of it.
Multitask with ease
If you’re like us, you use your computer to do lots of things at once. You might be editing a document, while also looking at pictures and browsing the Internet. This naturally leads to a performance problem: every app you’re running requires memory and competes for a limited pool of resources. Overcome this by installing high-density modules in each memory slot for seamless multitasking.
Install with ease – no computer skills required
With just a screwdriver, your owner’s manual, and a few minutes of time, you can install memory – no computer skills necessary. Just watch one of our three-minute install videos, and we’ll walk you step-by-step through the process. Don’t pay a computer shop to do something you can do in minutes!