Kingston plans to show off four demo systems at the Intel Developer Forum 2013 currently being held in San Francisco, CA. The highlight should be a demo of some upcoming DDR4 memory running at 1.2V on an upcoming Intel reference platform. Recently XMP certified HyperX memory will be shown on an Ivybridge-E processor running on an X79 motherboard. A Haswell powered laptop will feature 2133MHz SO-DIMM memory modules. The final demo will pair low voltage Kingston ECC SO-DIMM memory with the Avoton System on a Chip in a microserver setup. The Avoton is targeted at the expanding microserver market that seeks to take advantage of powerful, yet low power, processors in small form factor systems in data centers and other intensive processing tasks.
Source: Press Release