Computerworld - While major memory vendors have started producing next-generation DDR4 memory, don't expect to see it in servers until late next year, and in PCs and tablets in 18 months.
Crucial Technology's upcoming DDR4 memory board
Until Intel and AMD begin supporting DDR4 in their processor boards, users won't be able to enjoy the benefits
of the technology, which offer twice the performance, twice the base capacity (16GB) and 20% to 40% less power consumption than today's technology, according to industry analysts.
Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron are already producing DDR4 memory boards.