There is a ton of internet speculation today – mostly based on a report on a Japanese website – that Intel will make it’s first DDR4-compatible products available on August 29th and that internet retailers may make those products available for sale the same day. Earlier speculation was that Intel would release the DDR4-compatible products in time for the Intel Developer Forum in mid-September.
This happened a little bit quietly last week – but Qualcomm has announced the first product that I’m aware of that will use LPDDR4 memory.
This is a big day for DDR4: For the first time, Intel has announced DDR4 support in their desktop CPU roadmap.
I think I have found the first DDR4 DIMMs available for consumer purchase anywhere. Crucial and a few others were showing DDR4 DIMMs at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, so it’s nice to see that they translated into real products.
Last week I blogged on how Samsung and SK Hynix had both issued LPDDR4 press releases on the same day.
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