JEDEC DDR4 Workshop: Presentations for Sale

JEDEC's DDR4 Workshops were a resounding success. Hundreds of attendees in California and Taiwan enjoyed an in-depth technical review of the recently published DDR4 standard with industry experts involved in its creation.
 

Now the presentations from JEDEC's DDR4 Workshops are just a few clicks away, and are your solution for a better understanding of the DDR4 standard. With audio and slides captured at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop, each presentation is available for immediate download upon purchase, at your convenience.

Individual sessions: $40 each
All sessions (9 total): $300 -
saves $60 over the individual price
Enterprise level pricing available - please contact Emily Desjardins at JEDEC for details

Purchase includes:

  • Two files per session: one MP4 file with audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA, and one watermarked PDF for reference purposes
  • Please note MP4 file sizes before ordering!  
  • Due to the digital nature of these products, no returns will be accepted and no refunds will be given 
  • Materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase

 

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JEDEC DDR4 Workshop Bundle: All 9 Sessions (includes 18 files - one MP4 and one PDF per session, as noted above - files total 4.5GB)
Price: $300.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 files include audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 1: DDR4 vs DDR3: Comparison Matrix
This section summarizes the differences between DDR3 and DDR4 in tabular form as well as through the use of functional and timing diagrams. This material forms the basis for subsequent Workshop teachings.
Presenter: Sam Patel, AMD
Presentation developed by: Samsung
Run time: 50 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 356MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 2: Why Migrate to DDR4?
DDR4 offers a wide range of benefits over prior DRAM technologies - however, questions remain, such as: How will my application(s) benefit by migrating to DDR4? How complex will it be to migrate from DDR3? Is it feasible to design an interface that will allow me to interface with both DDR3 and DDR4? These questions and more are addressed.
Presenter: David Wang, Inphi
Run time: 1 hour 8 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 529MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 3: Power-on, Initialization & Training
With the continued increase in memory bandwidth, maintaining the integrity of information transferred via the data bus, as well as the address, command and control busses has become more of a challenge. DDR4 includes several enhancements over prior generation devices to ensure the integrity of these interfaces.
Presenter: Sam Patel, AMD
Run time: 2 hours 3 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 968MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 4: Read/Write & Refresh Operation Overview
Given the basic understanding of DDR4, this session covers the wide range of memory operations – with an emphasis on read, write and refresh. Combinations of these operations are summarized, with a focus on new DDR4 functions that differentiate this technology from earlier memory device generations. 
Presenter: SangKug Lym, SK hynix
Run time: 1 hour 24 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 596MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

 
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Session 5: Manufacturing & Reliability Features
This session covers DDR4 manufacturing and reliability features in greater detail, describing how these functions will enhance device and/or module manufacturing test as well as offering improved reliability and/or fault detection in a system environment. 
Presenter: Scott Schaefer, Micron Technology
Run time: 
1 hour 4 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 508MB
Price: $40.00 US

No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 6: DDR4 Power Saving Features/Modes & Techniques
Power reduction has been a key objective during the development of the DDR4 standard. This session reviews the power-saving features included in DDR4, as well as providing examples as to how these new features can be used in memory applications.
Presenter: Kuljit Bains, Intel
Run time: 1 hour 3 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 500MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

 
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Session 7: Understanding the DDR4 Timing Specification
DDR4 speeds require key AC timing parameters such a tDIVW, tDS, tDH to be defined and measured in a new way.   The traditional assumptions that as long as tDS/tDH were met there would be zero errors have never actually been true and have forced costly and time-consuming over-design of controllers, DRAMS and systems.  DDR4 addresses this issue head on by accounting for real-world random and deterministic jitter at a Bit Error Rate (BER) that assures system stability while eliminating the need for expensive over-design.  This session explains the new AC parameters in depth and show you how to measure them, allowing accurate device characterization and system validation without costly timing surprises at system integration.
Presenter: Perry Keller, Agilent Technologies
Run time: 56 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 443MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

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Session 8: DDR4 3DS
Whereas earlier memory devices have been packaged in 3-dimensional arrays (e.g. as “stacked” packages), DDR4 is the first standard which includes functions and features to fully enable the stacking of memory devices and packages to maximize performance and density. This session identifies features that enable 3-dimensional DDR4 memory stacks, as well as shows examples of possible products.
Presenter: Matt Prather, Micron Technology
Run time:
42 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 273MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

 
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Session 9: DDR4 Module Outlook
With the advent of DDR4, in addition to the added functions, features and performance enabled with the standard, this session provides an in-depth look at planned memory module standards in-process within JEDEC. In addition to standardizing new module definitions, functions, connectors, interface devices and verification/test hardware, JEDEC will continue to post design files for approved memory modules that are proposed within the organization to meet industry needs. This session is a must-see for early adopters of DDR4!
Presenter: Desi Rhoden, Montage
Run time:
1 hour 35 minutes including speaker introduction and session Q&A
MP4 file size: 243MB
Price: $40.00 US
No returns or refunds; materials must be downloaded within 5 days of purchase
MP4 file includes audio and slides recorded onsite at the February 2013 DDR4 Workshop in Santa Clara, CA

 

 

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What Workshop attendees had to say:

Great Workshop to learn the features of DDR4 and good presentations."

 

Thank you for organizing this event. All the talks were very well prepared and presented."

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