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FDSOI helps ST, Rambus reach IP settlement
06/18/2013 | EE Times
Agreement covers FDSOI design, security, memory and interface technologies and settles all outstanding claims.
Rambus introduces LED BR30 and PAR30 with mechanically adjustable CCT
06/12/2013 | Illumination in Focus
The light-guide-based SSL retrofits include a mechanical ring that can be rotated to achieve CCT ranging from 3000–5000K in PAR30 and BR30 lamps.
DesignCon 2013 Post-Show Report
02/05/2013 | PR Newswire
Highlights from the recent 2013 DesignCon include Rambus’ R+ launch and 3D IC interposer technology demonstration
GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Rambus Collaborate To Develop Broad IP Portfolio for 14nm-XM FinFET Process Technology
02/05/2013 | GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.
Companies to deliver silicon-proven complex IP blocks for advanced interface solutions
Rambus Debuts New LED Light Bulb Design - CES 2013
01/17/2013 | Engineering TV
At CES 2013, Rambus was showing off a new LED light bulb with an innovative convection-cooling thermal design and Rambus’ MicroLens optical technology.
Rambus: From dark to light (bulb)
01/11/2013 | EE Times
EE Times takes a look at Rambus’ introduction of our LED light bulb and Imerz™ mobile media platform.
Sounds of CES 2013: Adam Powers of Rambus
01/08/2013 | NextMarket
The NextMarket Podcast interviews Rambus' Adam Powers about the Imerz™ Media Platform
Broadcom Boosts Content Protection for Set-top Box Platforms
First to Activate Cryptography Research’s DPA Countermeasures
Understanding Intel's Ivy Bridge Random Number Generator
12/11/2012 | Electronic Design
Cryptography Research reviewed the design of Intel’s RNG (download Analysis of Intel's Ivy Bridge Digital Random Number Generator). Intel's new RNG simplifies and improves cryptographic random number generation on servers and embedded platforms, where it is otherwise a challenge. It is carefully and conservatively engineered, and Cryptography Research recommends its use without reservation.
The Industry Locksmith
12/04/2012 | EE Journal
Microsemi enlisted the help of Cryptography Research, a division of Rambus in developing security for their SmartFusion2 devices. The combination of Microsemi and Cryptography Research technology make SmartFusion2 the most secure FPGAs on the market.