Micron was the first to market with LPDDR5X RAM in the form of the LPCAMM2 module.
Let us remember that such modules are much more compact than conventional SO-DIMMs, which is important in modern ultrabooks.
The Micron module is available in capacities ranging from 16 GB to 64 GB, which is sufficient for most mobile PCs on the market. In addition, Micron lists data transfer speeds of 9600 Mbps, which is much faster than most DDR5 SO-DIMMs. In terms of dimensions, such a module takes up 64% less space than a conventional SO-DIMM.
Micron offers its customers such modules under the Crucial brand, and the fact that Intel was involved in the announcement hints that LPCAMM2 modules will be found more often in laptops this year.
At the same time, let us remind you that today we saw an Intel Lunar Lake processor, in which the memory is located on a common substrate with the CPU crystal.