Industrial DRAM modules - 6 important qualities you should look for...


A DRAM memory is an important transformation artist in the memory segment.

Continuously adapted to the evolution of technology, software and boards, the memory must master all the required processes.

However, despite its importance, this precision component is often reduced to a “commodity” product. This comes at the cost of quality and reliability. 
The potential consequence: the complete failure of your device and the loss of important data!

To distinguish the high-quality, reliable devices from lower-quality devices, there are a few important details you need to know. The following 6 important points are indicative of high quality DRAM modules and manufacturers of industrially suitable products:



Comprehensive testing before delivery - “Safety in numbers” with ATP storage media...


Memory cells that safely store data.

Do you know the origin of the phrase “safety in numbers”?
The cells in a prison are numbered, and the prisoners are securely held inside. At some point,
the word “safety” and “number” became closely linked. The security of the cell therefore gave rise to the phrase “safety in numbers”.

How do we ensure that our storage media store your data reliably? 
ATP offers you security with extensive tests and compliance with specific standards!

Not convinced yet? See the following facts:



Ensuring long-term availability of DDR3:
From IC to module - manufactured by ATP


The commercial DRAM market focuses on the production of DDR4 modules.

Nevertheless, a huge number of applications in the network and embedded industry are currently unable to upgrade to the latest generation.

These continue to require DDR3 memories, such as VLP, RDIMMS or SO-DIMMs.

Several large manufacturers have already sent End-of-Life (EOL) announcements for DDR3 to their customers.
Perhaps you have already received such an announcement.

Avoid supply shortages for DDR3 memory modules –
choose DRAM components with long-term availability for your applications!

The manufacturer ATP produces its own DDR3 8-Gbit components.
Built by ATP – specified and tested from IC to module!