PRIMERGY is Fujitsu's brand name for x86-architecture designed servers. The brand name "PRIMERGY" incorporates a complete family of servers ranging from single-socket over dual-socket to quad-socket systems. Eight- and more socket systems are branded differently with "PRIMEQUEST" whereas servers of Fujitsu in the UNIX/Mainframe world, also known as SPARC systems, are named "Fujitsu M10" and mainframes "BS2000"At a time when the importance of applications and data in supporting your business has never been higher, you need computing power that is fit-for-purpose now and into the future. Fujitsu PRIMERGY systems are designed with this goal in mind, delivering more compute and storage capacity, highest performance, right-sized options with flexible choices, and providing lower energy consumption to lower your costs of IT service. The industry-standard x86 servers provide your company with the most powerful and flexible data center solutions on the market
Presenting the all-new NemixRam Silverline Gaming memory. The NemixRam Silverline Series is ideal for DIY’ers and system builders who know they want high performance while keeping build cost under control. NemixRam Heat Shields are cut from Aircraft-Grade Aluminum which provides Ultra-Fast Heat dissipation. NemixRam Silverline Gaming memory is designed to be economical and provide a balance between an industrial aesthetic and an elegant gamer look and design. NemixRam Silverline Gaming memory works for almost any modern PC build, having a sufficient amount of gaming RAM is crucial for both hardcore and casual gamers who are concerned about performance. After all, many of us gamers are master multi-taskers, with multiple programs running in the background simultaneously while playing a resource-intensive game. NemixRam Silverline Gaming memory can handle these tasks No Problem!
The NemixRam Siverline Series m
Dell PowerEdge servers combine a highly scalable architecture and optimum balance of computer and memory to maximize performance across the widest range of applications. Since the introduction of the Generation 10 servers in 2007 Dell has adopted a standardized method for naming their servers; the name of each server is now represented by a letter followed by 3 digits. The letter indicates the type of server: R (for Rack-mountable) indicates a 19" rack-mountable server, M (for Modular) indicates a blade server, whilst T (for Tower) indicates a stand-alone server. This letter is then followed by 3 digits. The first digit refers to the number of sockets in the system: 1 to 3 for one socket, 4 to 7 for two sockets, and 8 or 9 for four sockets. The
Posted: May 06, 2019|
NEMIX RAM is proud to announce that we are now providing the full line of HP ProLiant memory modules. NEMIX RAM has continued to expand the HP ProLiant server line across all categories of servers, including rack tower and blade systems. As an authorized HP business partner, we strive in bringing the highest quality upgrades at the highest competitive pricing with a lifetime guarantee.
- HPE ProLiant DL100 series
- HPE ProLiant DL300 series
- HPE ProLiant DL500 series
- HPE ProLiant BL600 series
- HPE ProLiant ML110 Gen10 series
- HPE ProLiant ML300 series
- HPE Apollo Systems
- HPE Integrity series
- HPE Synergy Systems
We live in a time where the accessibility and need of Big Data, mobility and cl
We at NEMIX Corp understand that RAM can be a little confusing at times and NEMIX wanted to be able to provide some common asked questions about your systems computer Random Access Memory.
How to know it’s time for a memory upgrade?
There are multiple signs that can indicate it may be time to upgrade your memory. One key indicator is If you see your mouse pointer turn into an hourglass for an extended period of time, if you hear your hard drive running, or if your computer seems to work more slowly than you expect, the reason is probably insufficient memory. When physical memory is insufficient, the system uses Hard Disk Space as memory. This is called "Virtual Memory". Since access time of Physical memory is in tens of NanoSeconds and Access time of Hard Disk is in MilliSeconds, the system slows down considerably.
Why Does the storage in RAM erase every time the
Posted: April 16, 2019|
NEMIX RAM’s Memory Upgrade for Apple Mac Pro is the highest quality memory upgrade with the most aggressive pricing on the market for the Apple Mac Pro(6,1), NEMIX is the world’s leading manufacturer and direct distributor of Apple Mac Pro memory upgrades and meet expectation and standards guaranteed. With our memory upgrade improve your systems bandwidth and increase memory latency.
The late 2013 Apple Mac Pro is configured with one of the following processors
- 3.7GHz Quad-Core
NEMIX RAM announces production of 64GB DDR4-2933 LRDIMM. NEMIX RAM’s 64GB LRDIMM is PC4-23400 PC4-2933Y 2933MHZ 4DRX4 (4 Rank x 4 Bit) which is standard rank and standard 1.2V accepted by most newly released servers requiring 2933MHz.
64GB (1x64GB) DDR4 2933 (PC4 23400) 4Rx4 288-Pin 1.2V ECC Load Reduced Server Memory by NEMIX RAM is currently available in limited quantity. NEMIX RAM’s part number for this product is ML23400-944 and is available online for purchase.
An SSD is a solid-state drive that is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data. Although a SSD functions like a hard drive (HDD), an SSD contains nonvolatile flash memory which has no moving parts to break. This results in a much faster drive and instant boot and load speeds because there are no mechanical moving parts. SSDs are not only much faster, but they are also much more durable and reliable because there are no mechanical moving parts to break. SSDs also differ from HDD in that they consume much less energy, again because there are no moving parts…this allows for much longer battery life for laptops and less energy consumption for desktops and servers. Installing an SSD along with a memory upgrade is the best way to improve your system.
Are all SSD the same? Definitely not! There are many key attributes to any SSD d
Posted: November 07, 2018|
A memory upgrade is the easiest way to improve the performance of a computer. Current memory modules are now manufactured mainly in DDR4 however DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory is still available. This is a brief history of memory prior to DDR4:
- In 1983, Wang Laboratories created the single in-line memory module (SIMM)
- In 1993, Samsung introduced synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) which became industry standard.
- DDR (double data rate) technology began to appear in 2001-2002.
- DDR2 (double data rate, second generation) appeared in 2004.
- DDR3 technology appeared in 2007.
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