Micron sampling MRDIMMs for AI and HPC
Jul 19, 16:01
Micron Technology has disclosed that it is currently conducting sampling of its Multiplexed Rank Dual Inline Memory Modules (MRDIMM) for memory-intensive applications, including AI and HPC.
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