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Development of next-generation memory technology is being driven by the growth of cloud and enterprise data center applications, artificial intelligence, autonomous cars, augmented reality, embedded vision, and High Performance Computing (HPC). Dual Data Rate (DDR) Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (SDRAM) technology is the de facto memory used in almost all applications, from data-center to mobile use cases. This is due to DDR’s high density and straightforward architecture (using a capacitor as a storage element), low latency, and low-power consumption. DDR4 is the most current iteration of DDR technology, with DDR5 at being rolled out in 2021. Let's mention of few key facts about each:
Poll Question: element14 is planning on some educational activities on DDR4 memory. What should be the emphasis: DDR4, DDR5, or a little of both?