If you’ve been around for a while, you know that there have been constant standards updates for hard drives, memory, video, and more. The latest is a new standard to replace the SO-DIMM memory that is used in laptops. The new standard is CAMM2, and it sports some features like thinner space, as well as an increase in the amount of RAM that it can deliver in that space. Imagine a laptop with 128GB of RAM on one chip. This is an evolutionary point, and one that has been needed to allow laptops to keep up with the standards in desktop platforms. You’ll see this coming in the future…

A new, very promising RAM standard just got approved by JEDEC. What does that mean for the future of laptops?