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IDT New SPD Hub IC for DDR5 Server Memory Modules

IDT introduced the industry’s first integrated Serial Presence Detect (SPD), temperature sensor and control plane hub component (referred to as “SPD Hub”) developed for DDR5-based Dual In-Line Memory Modules (DIMM). The IDT® SPD Hub is designed to provide a space and power efficient solution that enables control plane operation at significantly higher speeds than previous system management buses with enhanced reliability.

DDR5 memory is projected to double the bandwidth of DDR4, and as with previous generations of DDR memory, IDT’s devices are leading the market in performance and reliability. IDT’s DDR5 PMIC enables the next generation of server DIMM solutions to efficiently scale to greater performance, density and reliability while reducing overall system power. IDT’s SPD Hub significantly increases the system management bus performance by eliminating the bottlenecks of traditional system management buses.

The DDR5 RCD, PMIC, SPD Hub and TS devices are used in RDIMM, LRDIMM and NVDIMM. These are part of IDT’s portfolio of memory interface products to create a full system solution that enables ecosystem partners to drive the DDR5 DIMM transition and deliver products with best-in-class performance and power efficiency. This allows server OEMs and hyperscale customers to realize the benefits of an efficient, scalable memory power system that can be optimized according to memory density, distribute thermal emission evenly and reduce the overall cost of the system.

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