- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Cryogenic Memory
- DPA Countermeasures
- GDDR6 and HBM2
- Hybrid Memory
- Lensless Smart Sensors
- Memory PHYs
- SerDes PHYs
- Server DIMM Chipsets
- Smart Data Acceleration
- Smart Ticketing
GDDR6 and HBM2 | December 5th, 2018Rambus Press
The industry is seeing continued growth in the need for high memory bandwidths to process and extract meaning from the increasing amounts of digital data in the world. The industry continues to be abuzz about [...]
CryptoManager | December 5th, 2018Rambus Press
The latest news coming out of the security world is the link up of Micron’s Authenta™ secure memory product and Rambus’s CryptoManager™ infrastructure to add greater protection for industrial IoT devices, as well as medical, [...]
CryptoManager | November 30th, 2018Rambus Press
We will be showcasing our CryptoManager Root of Trust at the RISC-V Summit on December 3-6,2018, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.. CryptoManager Root of Trust is a fully programmable root of trust core that [...]
Payments | November 28th, 2018Rambus Press
With fraud, breaches and threats reaching pandemic proportions across the entire digital ecosystem, the blockchain is hyped as an instant fix to resolve security challenges for use-cases spanning financial services, retail, real estate, healthcare and [...]
CryptoManager | November 19th, 2018Rambus Press
With the proliferation of connected devices and the sensitive data they produce comes a significant challenge for manufacturers seeking to comprehensively protect their devices from exploits and attacks. As devices and services get more sophisticated [...]
Smart Ticketing | November 19th, 2018Rambus Press
The largest transit system in the United States, and perhaps the Western world, is finally ready to catch up technology-wise, with plans to implement a contactless card system in its turnstiles in a manner not to dissimilar from the London Underground. To help facilitate this, banks have begun to issue contactless cards.
General | November 16th, 2018Rambus Press
Semiconductors are becoming more and more important to the future of technology. As an integral part of our tools since the 1950s, they have been powering every computerized device. As software becomes more sophisticated, and as Moore’s Law is fading from prominence, some may wonder how semiconductors can keep up in this increasingly mobile and digitized age.
General | November 16th, 2018Rambus Press
The financial technology sector converged on Las Vegas for Money 20/20 last week, bringing together the biggest industry names to discuss the future of the payments, finance and commerce. Following four days of discussions, hundreds of speakers and thousands of attendees, what caught our eye at Money 20/20?
Payments | November 14th, 2018Rambus Press
Alipay has partnered with UEFA to bring its payments platform to events sanctioned by games featuring the organization’s men’s national football teams, most notably the Euro 2020 and Euro 2024 tournaments. The terms of the arrangement, to last eight years, were not made public as of November, 2018, according to CNBC.
Payments | November 1st, 2018Rambus Press
The news just broke that Rambus is the first solution provider to offer an off-the-shelf retail token gateway solution with American Express embedded. The idea behind this collaboration is to help merchants enrich and secure [...]
Cryptocurrency | October 31st, 2018Rambus Press
With Bitcoin’s 10-year anniversary today (Happy Halloween! by the way), there are varying opinions on the progress that Bitcoin has made in the marketplace and what it will continue to do going forward. While still [...]
Rambus and STACK Team Up to Envision the Future of Secure Virtual Assets for the Next Generation of Mobile Banking
Payments | October 22nd, 2018Rambus Press
Taking on visionary roles, Rambus and Canadian challenger bank STACK are looking at a bright future for a new generation of mobile banking with secure virtual assets on blockchain. With a constant eye on the [...]
Payments | October 22nd, 2018Rambus Press
Today, Rambus announced the availability of Vaultify Trade, the first product that enables banks, exchanges, and investment portals to leverage tokens to secure the purchase, storage, exchange, and sale of cryptocurrencies. The platform enables the secure storage and transfer of crypto and digital assets using proven, bank-grade, field-deployed tokenization and encryption technology.
DPA Countermeasures | October 17th, firstname.lastname@example.org
Today, on October 16th, 2018, Rambus has announced the collaboration with Riscure, a global security lab based in San Francisco, to deliver cutting-edge security testing solutions to chip manufacturers, government institutions and security evaluation laboratories [...]
CryptoManager | October 12th, 2018Rambus Press
Our world is growing increasingly connected, and while most people have reaped the benefits of interconnectivity, ranging from social networks to Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the lack of security features that scale with the [...]
Smart Ticketing | October 9th, 2018Rambus Press
Smart cards will continue to be used in public transport for many years to come but it’s clear there is a growing expectation by customers to have a secure mobile based alternative. To facilitate mass adoption, a mobile solution must be secure enough to protect both operator revenues and customer data, it must be reliable and work well across the systems and infrastructure already in place.
Payments | October 8th, email@example.com
Julian Wallis, Retail Director at Rambus Payments have become the latest battleground for merchants. New technologies, regulations and consumer behaviors are converging to transform the payment acceptance space. Because of this, retailers are racing to [...]
Smart Ticketing | September 28th, 2018Rambus Press
Home to the second largest population in the world and the fastest growing population in the world, India has taken steps to modernize its public transportation scheme throughout its cities, such as Hyderabad and New Delhi. With a common card that can be used across various transport modes, from rapid transit to bus to autorickshaws, the customer has the added convenience of being able to travel the way they want without friction, and the merchant has the benefit of added revenue.
Cryptocurrency, General | September 28th, 2018Rambus Press
A couple of months after the infamous heist that saw Coincheck lose around $534.8 million, another Japanese cryptocurrency exchange has fallen victim to theft. Zaif, an exchange owned by the Tech Bureau Corp based in [...]
Payments | September 24th, 2018Rambus Press
Growing card-not-present fraud, and the need for merchants to deliver a seamless user experience, is driving demand for card-on-file EMV payment tokenization. As industry players look to simplify tokenization initiatives, token gateway solutions can deliver considerable competitive advantages.
Payments | September 20th, 2018Rambus Press
The Land of the Rising Sun has not taken to mobile payments as readily as other countries, but Ant Financial, a company based in a country that has, hopes to bring its mobile payments know how to bolster Japan’s industries and tourist revenue, especially now with the 2020 Olympics not too far away.
Payments | September 17th, 2018Rambus Press
Announced by Mastercard and Visa in November, 2017, Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) is a set of unified digital checkout specifications, representing an evolution of remote commerce that provides for secure and interoperable card acceptance. It [...]
Payments | September 17th, 2018Rambus Press
The way we pay is changing. Consumers are now using their PC, smartphones, wearable devices and even cars to buy goods and services. The size and value of the card-not-present (CNP) market is increasing exponentially [...]
Payments | September 12th, 2018Rambus Press
Rambus announced on September 12th, 2018 that its Token Gateway for e-commerce solution is one of the first to be qualified under the “Visa Ready” for Tokenization program. This certified solution enables token requestors like [...]
General | September 11th, 2018Rambus Press
People are living in an age with an unprecedented level of access to all kinds of information. Users of social media and networks can contact their far away friends in real time, and have access to events right as they develop. Such technology was the stuff of dreams, only imagined in science fiction stories in the late 20th century. Yet, the unprecedented access to citizens’ private information is something only imagined in George Orwell’s 1984 as well.
CryptoMedia | September 7th, 2018Rambus Press
State Senator Jackson’s S.B. 327 and Assemblywoman Irwin’s A.B. 1906 have both passed the California State Senate and State Assembly, respectively, and are on Governor Brown’s desk awaiting a signature or a veto by the end of September, 2018.
Cryptocurrency | September 7th, 2018Rambus Press
Chinese companies Ant Financial and Tencent, who own AliPay and WeChat, respectively, have taken measures to monitor cryptocurrency transactions on their popular mobile wallet platforms in light of the Chinese government’s recent crackdown on cryptocurrency-related fundraising and trading activities, one of them being a cryptocurrency gambling ring for the 2018 World Cup.
CryptoManager | September 7th, 2018Rambus Press
The single software ecosystem built on the RISC-V standard allows for OEMs to bypass having to lock into a specific processer ecosystem. When an OEM chooses a particular processor type, it not only has to pay for that particular processor, but it has to continue to purchase from whichever company it purchased it processor from, leading to a market where profits are not driven by competition
CryptoManager | August 30th, 2018Rambus Press
Dubbed “Foreshadow,” this speculative execution attack allows an attacker to steal sensitive information stored inside personal computers or third-party clouds. There are two versions: the original attack designed to extract data from Software Guard Extensions (SGX) enclaves and a next-generation version that affects virtual machines (VM), hypervisors, operating system kernel memory, and System Management Mode (SMM) memory. SGX is a new feature in modern CPUs which allows computers to protect users’ data, even if the entire system falls under the attacker’s control.
General | August 30th, 2018Rambus Press
At the second annual DEF CON Voting Village, a part of the convention that seeks to exploit voting machines to better understand vulnerabilities, an 11-year old boy managed to hack into a replica of the Florida state election website, making it appear that 2016 independent presidential candidate Darrell Castle won the state.
Smart Ticketing | August 24th, 2018Rambus Press
In 2015 Nottingham City Council launched an innovative new travel smartcard which allowed members of the public across Nottingham to pay for services on the city's buses and trams. The newly launched Robin Hood smartcard was intended to be as easy to use as London’s Oyster card.
General | August 24th, 2018Rambus Press
In the age of cryptocurrency mining and with demand for memory getting higher, it is getting harder to find more affordable memory. Yet, there is a belief that RAM and graphics cards prices may be cheaper by about 25% in 2019.
CryptoManager | August 24th, 2018Rambus Press
Reduced Instruction Set Computing Five (RISC-V) is an open Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) designed with small, fast, and low-power real-world implementations in mind. It describes the way in which software talks to an underlying processor
Cryptocurrency | August 17th, 2018Rambus Press
It is only recently that cryptocurrency has entered into mainstream thought. One major recent development in bringing cryptocurrency to the mainstream is Starbucks’ new deal with Microsoft and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to launch a [...]
CryptoManager | August 16th, 2018Rambus Press
According to a new report published by Bain and Company, the combined markets of the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to about $520 billion in 2021, more than double the $235 billion spent in [...]
Smart Ticketing | August 16th, 2018Rambus Press
The UK Government and the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) have recently published their ‘Joint Rail Data Action Plan’ which outlines how rail operators and tech firms can better collaborate on data sharing to drive innovation [...]
Smart Ticketing | August 3rd, 2018Rambus Press
ScotRail, the national rail operator for Scotland, has recently launched an innovative form of mobile ticketing across its network. The new solution has been delivered by Rambus and is built into ScotRail’s existing consumer app, [...]
Payments | July 24th, 2018Rambus Press
Learn how card emulation allows a mobile device to mimic a payment card, enabling users to make card transactions using a mobile device. HCE enables the SE to be placed in a remote and hosted cloud environment, rather than inside the mobile device.
General | July 24th, 2018Rambus Press
A group of wireless carriers worldwide announced in late June that they would adopt and implement standard procedures developed to secure the Internet of Things (IoT). They have committed to implementing the GSMA IoT Security [...]
Payments | July 18th, 2018Rambus Press
While mobile payments are starting to catch on in the United States, mobile payments in China are so prevalent, they have begun to shape everyday life in the country. Chinese users are able to hop [...]
Payments | July 16th, 2018Rambus Press
For banks, direct debit (ACH) fraud represents a bigger financial risk than card fraud. In particular, growing momentum for real-time payment schemes across the world is creating huge opportunities for fraudsters and placing increasing pressure [...]
Smart Ticketing | July 12th, 2018Rambus Press
Rambus is working with West Midlands Trains to support the rollout of smart ticketing across its rail network. This new deployment will help deliver a modern smart travel experience for passengers with Rambus’ interoperable ticketing [...]
CryptoManager | July 12th, 2018Rambus Press
Depending on the person doing the shopping, it can be either a relaxing or a stressful affair. The latter is certainly true for those who are concerned about security and personal information. Since January, 2017, [...]
General | July 6th, 2018Rambus Press
The Rambus “Innovator of the Future” Scholarship seeks to broaden the educational opportunities of students who, by virtue of their academic and extracurricular achievement, demonstrate a passion for science and technology that extends beyond the classroom. The winners must possess strong leadership and communication skills and the desire to positively impact society through innovation in science and technology.
Cryptocurrency | June 28th, 2018Rambus Press
The deletion of $17 billion from cryptocurrency exchanges, in addition to the hacks at Bithumb and Coincheck, is indicative of how lax cryptocurrency exchanges are. Even if crypto exchanges are able to recover and reimburse investors, the solution is but a flash in the pan against long-lasting damage.