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Rambus Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2019 Financial Results


Excellent quarter, exceeding expectations; GAAP revenue of $59.9 million; with licensing billings of $63.8 million, product revenue of $26.6 million, and contract and other revenue of $13.9 million Record Q4 and full-year revenue for both the Memory Interface Chips and Silicon IP businesses $35.4 million in cash provided by operating activities in Q4 and $128.5 […]

Securing our IoT future


The holiday season brought with it a surge of new IoT devices, from smart toys and doorbells to automatic pet feeders – and it doesn’t stop there. According to IDC, investment in IoT is predicted to top $1 trillion in 2020. As our homes, businesses and cities become more connected than ever before, this number […]

Storage and Networking Bytes: PCIe5, OpenShift, and Veeam


Let’s start with PCIe5, the spec for which was finalized in early 2019. Now manufacturers are now getting revved up to produce PCIe5 hardware in 2020, which will be a boon for data- and processor-hungry workloads like machine learning and AI, as well as high performance computing (HPC) workloads that rely on GPUS, FPGAs, and […]

Accelerating AI And ML Applications With PCIe 5


The rapid adoption of sophisticated artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) applications and the shift to cloud-based workloads has significantly increased network traffic in recent years. Historically, the intensive use of virtualization ensured that server compute capacity adequately met the need of heavy workloads. This was achieved by dividing or partitioning a single (physical) server into multiple […]

What Makes Secure Processors Different?


Given the magnificent complexity of modern microprocessors, it’s inevitable that they’ll have bugs and security holes. It might even be physically impossible to create a bug-free CPU, but that’s a mathematics/physics/EDA/statistics/philosophical conundrum that’s above my paygrade. For now, we finds the bugs and we works around ’em.

Memory subsystem solution for next-generation AI training chip


Rambus has announced that Enflame (Suiyuan) Technology has selected Rambus HBM2 PHY and Memory Controller IP for its next-generation AI training chip. Rambus memory interface IP enables the development of high-performance, next-generation hardware for leading-edge AI applications.

California’s IoT Law Is A Good Start, But More Needs To Be Done


Passed by former California governor Jerry Brown, cybersecurity law SB-327 went into effect on Jan. 1. This proactive legislation requires manufacturers to equip IoT devices with “reasonable” security features to prevent unauthorized access, modification and data leaks. Specifically, SB-327 requires manufacturers to implement a unique preprogrammed (default) password for each device. Additionally, manufacturers must ensure that users […]

Enflame Technology Selects Rambus HBM2 Memory Subsystem Solution For Next-Generation AI Training Chip


Highlights: Comprehensive HBM Gen 2 (HBM2) memory subsystem solution consisting of PHY and digital controller delivers high bandwidth and low latency with minimal form factor and power envelope HBM2 IP provides 2Tb/s of memory bandwidth, making it the perfect fit for Enflame Technology’s cloud AI training products Broad suite of supporting services simplifies 2.5D integration […]

Rambus Completes Acquisition of the Verimatrix Silicon IP, Secure Protocols and Provisioning Business


Creates industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of silicon-proven security IP SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Dec. 8, 2019 – Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS), a premier silicon IP and chip provider making data faster and safer, today announced the completed acquisition of the silicon IP, secure protocols and provisioning business from Verimatrix, formerly Inside Secure, for $45 million at closing, and up […]

Rambus Announces Comprehensive PCI Express 5.0 Interface Solution


Highlights:  Integrated and optimized PHY and digital controller solution enables high-bandwidth and low-latency connectivity for next-generation applications in artificial intelligence (AI), data center, high-performance computing (HPC), enterprise and cloud storage, and 400GbE networking PHY supports both PCIe as well Compute Express Link (CXL) connectivity between host processor and workload accelerators for heterogenous computing Delivers superior […]

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