Blog Category: Cryogenic Memory

Cryogenic Memory

Part 2: DRAM goes cryogenic

In part one of this series, Rambus Chief Scientist Craig Hampel told Semiconductor Engineering’s Ed Sperling that cryogenic DRAM (below minus−180 °C or 93.15 kelvin)

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Cryogenic Memory

Part 1: DRAM goes cryogenic

Rambus Chief Scientist Craig Hampel recently spoke with Ed Sperling of Semiconductor Engineering about the power benefits and performance advantages of running DRAM at extremely

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