At Rambus, we invent and implement ideas that impact the world’s most valuable currency: data. Data enables businesses to better understand their customers, and their customers’ customers. Faster access to data enables real-time action to insights. Protecting this data is mission critical in our interconnected world.
Rambus makes data centers better by accelerating and safeguarding the movement and delivery of data. We provide high-speed interfaces, security cores and chips optimizing the capacity, connectivity and security of the cloud.
The cloud has positively altered the fundamental nature of computing and how business gets done. Megatrends in AI, Big Data and business analytics are transforming the way that hyperscale data centers and enterprise systems create, move and consume massive amounts of data. This sheer amount of data combined with the world’s growing appetite for real-time information puts tremendous pressure on data center and enterprise servers – particularly on the performance and capacity of their memory systems.
Here at Rambus, we’ve developed industry-leading memory and SerDes IP cores and memory interface chips for the most demanding and challenging of systems, pushing the boundaries of performance for next-generation cloud and enterprise infrastructure.
Given the immense value of the data streams coursing through them, it’s no surprise that data centers are constantly under attack. To make matters worse, the severity and sophistication of security attacks grows year by year. Safeguarding this precious data requires a multi-tiered approach with security-by-design embodied at every level of data center infrastructure and systems.
At Rambus, we’ve developed robust hardware-based security solutions that safeguard the SoCs at the heart of data center servers, storage and network equipment. With secure silicon IP and services, Rambus is at the forefront of protecting the world’s most valuable currency: data.
The demands on server performance continue to increase at a tremendous pace. New requirements from large in-memory databases that are powering today’s cloud services and advanced analytics tools are arriving just as the impact of Moore’s Law is starting to slow. One key new opportunity is for high-speed server memory interface chipsets, which enable high-speed memory performance without compromising on memory capacities. Companies looking to optimize their server memory architecture designs, and improve their overall server performance and reliability, should give serious consideration to optimized DDR4 memory interface chipsets, which enhance the performance of server memory modules.