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As industrial environments become increasingly demanding, the necessity of securing DRAM modules against shock and vibration grows critical, especially in Edge AI applications where reliability is paramount. Apacer is proud to announce the launch of its innovative rugged retention straps, designed to effectively protect DRAM modules in challenging operational conditions.


DRAM modules face significant challenges in maintaining stability, particularly in environments prone to unavoidable shock and vibration such as during transportation or within vibration-sensitive applications. Over time, these factors can dislodge modules from their DIMM slots, leading to operational failures. Acknowledging this issue, Apacer's engineering team has developed a robust solution in the form of a rugged retention strap, comparable to a seatbelt, ensuring UDIMM, RDIMM, and ECC UDIMM modules remain securely in place.


Apacer's rugged retention strap features three connection points for enhanced stability, distinguishing it from conventional dual-connection-point clips. Compatible with all modern motherboards, this solution ensures universal applicability across diverse industrial setups.


Constructed from flame-retardant-grade polysiloxane, the strap withstands temperatures up to 200 degrees Celsius, providing superior resilience without the risk of short circuits. Its exceptional elasticity and flexibility endure even at low temperatures, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.


Furthermore, Apacer's retention strap has undergone rigorous testing to meet military-standard MIL-STD-833K and MIL-STD-810G specifications for shock and vibration resistance. This validation underscores its reliability in high-speed Edge AI operations, positioning it as ideal for automated industrial production facilities, smart cities, and autonomous transportation systems where stability is paramount.

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