Recently, SK Hynix said in an interview that it plans to release DDR5 memory modules in 2020 with a minimum frequency of 5200MHz. In addition, DDR6 memory has already been planned, and will be developed within 5~6 years.

At the end of 2018, SK Hynix announced the completion of the first DDR5 RAM chip with a speed of 5200 MT/s and a voltage of 1.1 V, which is 60% faster than the previous generation. By 2022, Hynix will introduce the DDR6-6400 version.

According to reports, SK Hynix DRAM design researcher said in the talks with the Korean Herald that the sixth generation DDR memory will be able to achieve DDR6-12000 data transmission performance, and predict that DDR6 will be developed within 5 or 6 years.