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Renesas releases industrial DDR5 and DDR4 registered clock drivers

Renesas has unveiled the industry’s first industrial temperature DDR5 (5RCD0148H) and DDR4 (4RCD0232K) registered clock drivers (RCDs).

The new devices are targeted at demanding applications such as edge computing, automotive vehicles, industry 4.0, and 5G applications.

These industrial temp RCDs support temperatures as low as -400C and as high as 1050C, compared to commercial temperature devices that usually operate from 00C to 700C.

Renesas’ industrial temperature RCDs support speeds up to 5200 MT/s for DDR5 and up to 3200 MT/s for DDR4. The devices deliver 2X channel speed improvement, low latency and improved power management, enabling DDR5 industrial temp dual inline memory modules (DIMMs) and memory-down applications, while providing wide temperature range reliability for existing DDR4 applications.

The company's industrial temperature memory interface components can be paired with Renesas’ complementary timing, power and 5G RF and baseband offerings to create comprehensive solutions for a variety wireless access and edge computing applications.

As part of a complete family of solutions, the DDR5 industrial temperature RCD is optimised to work with other Renesas components including the P8900 power management IC, the SPD5118 SPD hub, and the TS5111 temperature sensor. The new industrial temperature DDR4 RCD is designed to work with the TSE2004 DDR4 temperature sensor.

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Neil Tyler

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