SK Hynix was the first to introduce 24 Gb DDR5 memory chips on the market. The new microcircuits will be manufactured using the 1anm process technology, which is the fourth generation of the 10-nanometer process technology and involves the use of EUV lithography.
Hynix says improved production efficiency, 33% faster speed and 25% less power consumption. Most importantly, the new microcircuits allow the creation of 48 and 96 GB memory modules. It is these solutions that will be the first to receive new microcircuits, but, of course, these are products for the data center, and not for the consumer segment. In addition, such modules will be targeted at high-performance servers for processing big data, working with AI, and so on.