The DDR4 standard is out. The question is what does it mean to you? How do you leverage it to make a better product? Why should you migrate your design? How do you integrate compliant components in your system? How do you build compliant components? And, of course, how do you test? If you want to work with the DDR4 standard but you’re not sure where to start, learn from the experts—attend JEDEC’s DDR4 Workshop.
Scheduled for February 6-7 in Santa Clara, CA, the two-day workshop will feature sessions taught by members of the various committees involved in developing the standard. Topics include a comparison between DDR3 and DDR4, reasons to migrate, how DDR4 enhancements can ensure the integrity of bus interfaces, testing DDR4, and the shift to stacked memory.
Join our online Radio Show on Friday 11th July starting at 2:00pm Eastern, when EETimes editor of all things fun and interesting, Max Maxfield, and embedded systems expert, Jack Ganssle, will debate as to just what is, and is not, and embedded system.