Micron launches Crucial LPCAMM2 LPDDR5X technology

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Micron Technology launches Crucial LPCAMM2, a new type of laptop memory format. With reduced power consumption and less space consumption, it optimizes laptop performance.

Micron Technology has launched the Crucial LPCAMM2, a new form factor for laptop memory that incorporates LPDDR5X mobile memory. This new technology claims to reduce active power consumption by up to 58% and require 64% less physical space than DDR5 SODIMMs, aiming to improve performance for professional and creative users.

Jonathan Weech, senior director of product marketing in Micron's Commercial Products Group, stated: “LPCAMM2 is a game-changer for mobile workstation users who want to enjoy the benefits of the latest mobile high-performance memory technology without compromising on superior performance, upgradability , power efficiency or space. With LPCAMM2, we deliver a future-proof memory solution that enables faster speeds and longer battery life to support demanding creative and AI workloads."

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Lenovo has incorporated LPCAMM2 into its Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 7, making it the first laptop to use this new memory form factor. Yasumichi Tsukamoto, vice president of commercial product solution development at Lenovo, commented on the integration: "Lenovo's ThinkPad P1 Gen 7 is the first laptop on the market to leverage the latest LPCAMM2 form factor to enable higher performance, faster AI workflows, scalable memory capacity and improved battery life for mobile workstations and thin and light laptops. This powerful combination not only provides an improved user experience, but the low-power memory used in LPCAMM2 modules helps reduce the overall power consumption of our laptops."

LPCAMM2 supports higher speeds of up to 7,500MT/s, which is approx. 1.3 times faster than DDR5 SODIMMs, and offers up to 80% less standby power. It is designed to maximize bandwidth for AI workloads and applications by filling all 128 bits of CPU bus width with a single module. Also, unlike soldered memory, LPCAMM2 modules are upgradeable, allowing users to increase memory capacity as needed. Micron's LPCAMM2 is currently available in 32GB and 64GB versions.

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