KingTiger’s latest DRAM testing technology including iMS is now widely adopted in various applications and it delivering extraordinary DRAM stability and performance
As one of the innovative memory protection technology, iMS (intelligent memory surveillance) is devoted to address the instability issue of DRAM on various computing applications.
iMS detects and avoids computer memory failures without any impact to the user’s computing experience, it has been integrated into the BIOS. Through this approach, iMS running from within the BIOS can dramatically improve computer reliability and significantly lower manufacturers’ memory related returns and cost of support.
“KingTiger’s iMS technology improves system reliability, increase customer satisfaction and lowers support costs for our customers, said Jeremy Wang, CEO of Insyde Software. “We look forward to continuing our close engineering collaboration with KingTiger and offering integrated UEFI BIOS and memory failure detection solutions across many platforms,” added Wang.
Take Inspur as example, according to their engineering and production team, they said “Inspur’s server sales have been growing rapidly in the past several years. This growth was built on our attitude of excellent performance and persistency of quality. KingTiger’s iMS is perfectly aligns with these objectives. It has resulted in an effective control of the unstable random ECC checking errors caused by ageing memory.”
The comment from Inspur is not an exceptional case, in high-end server makers, according to the Number 1 market leader in the Telecommunication field, who is a China-Shenzhen-based Giant IT company. A memory device quality team member said, “With continued DRAM process being fine-tuned with new die generations being launched every year, manufactures always encounter unexpected DRAM quality issues. This type of headache is hard for manufacturers to be escape. While we continuously strive to pursue the best DRAM quality, we value and appreciate the comprehensive technical support from Kingtiger in terms of various DRAM testers and iMS. Also we have benefited from the professional consulting service from Kingtiger, thru these many years colaberating together, we deeply recognize strong capability of Kingtiger in DRAM testing aspect.”
Apart from server application, iMS also contribute to Gaming PC industry. According to president of ViewPaker, who is market leader in AIO PC field, Mr. Zha said, “Internet Cafes create a very challenging environment for computers. Computer equipment is being utilized on a 24/7 basis and need to outperform their maximum capabilities because of heavy gamer usage. It is no doubt that if the DRAM memory can survive in these extreme conditions, they can survive anywhere. As the largest supplier of AIO PC to China’s Internet Cafe market, ViewParker provides high-end quality products with competitive prices. Based on our cost-effective requirements, we are definitely the most extreme company in the industry. KingTiger’s iMS provides an innovative “memory protection system” for computers, which greatly reduces the probability of an occasional blue screen or systemic machine collapse caused by a memory failure. That kind of guarantee is doubly satisfactory to our customers.”
During Computex 2016, KingTiger has arranged an iMS launching conference on June 3 PM in Grant Hyatt Taipei hotel. During this event, KingTiger will present our latest design-in progress and case studies to our invited guests.
About KingTiger Technology, Inc.
KingTiger Technology (www.kingtigertech.com) is a leading designer of test equipment for the memory semiconductor industry. Based on revolutionary new test techniques, KingTiger Technology’s test equipment presents added value for all different stages and levels of memory testing. From DRAM semiconductor fabrication to memory module production, KingTiger provides products and services that will reduce test cost and increase correlation to target applications at an unprecedented level. Established in Austin, Texas in March of 2002, the company now has locations in Canada, Hong Kong and Taipei, Taiwan.