WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA - Inphi® Corporation, a fabless high-speed analog semiconductor committed to increasing memory capacity and speed while lowering power consumption of computer servers, today announced that its ExacTik® family of DDR3 registers, already approved by a wide range of leading DRAM module vendors, have passed Intel validation. This validation underscores the critical role Inphi's DDR3 registers play as enablers for the next-generation of server memory technology. Having introduced the first functional DDR3 register silicon, Inphi has consistently been a leader in enabling the infrastructure for the DDR3 server ecosystem.
"This validation underscores a significant step in affirming DDR3 registers within the ecosystem," said J. H. Lee, Director, DRAM Technical Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. "As an ally in DDR2 memory solutions, we look forward to working with Inphi as DDR3 moves into the mainstream."
Inphi's ExacTik family of precision DDR timing devices for memory clocking and other workstation and server applications are characterized by the highest performance in terms of jitter, timing margin, lock times and skew. Inphi also provides a full complement of DDR2 memory logic and is now sampling DDR3 registers supporting 1.35V to enable lower power memory solutions for future enterprise platforms; further evidence of the company's commitment to the dynamic challenges faced by data centers, and an indication of the company's pledge to produce next-generation parts that increase speed and require less power.