ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com), Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading memory compatibility and functionality testing lab, announced today that based on collective information and the non testing for mixed memory compatibility, functionality and performance indicates that there is most likely a large number of server platforms in use with mixed memory configurations that may result in future potentially degraded system performance. CMTL is asking any server corporate customers and system builders experiencing what may be a performance issue after having increased the system memory, to contact CMTL firstname.lastname@example.org
CMTL President, John Deters stated, "With memory and processor speeds continually increasing, the amount of tolerance for speed variations between two different modules with different BOM's (Build Of Materials) has reached a 'critical mass' stage. A number of server system solution providers may have convinced a customer that a new un-tested module part number or BOM is 'The same as the part number and BOM that was previously tested for compatibility, functionality and performance.' In addition, even if the part was tested as a separate BOM, mixed BOM, memory capacity and speeds, testing is required to ensure maximum system performance."