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Security Verification Of Rambus’ CryptoManager Root Of Trust By Tortuga Logic


The confidentiality and integrity of cryptographic key material is critical to maintaining system security. A hardware root of trust, such as the Rambus CryptoManager Root of Trust, is designed to securely generate, store, and employ cryptographic keys. Tortuga Logic has independently verified the policies surrounding access to keys stored within registers in the CryptoManager Root […]

The world’s first DDR5 DRAM has been developed, here’s what it looks like


Special things come to those who wait. And for those who have believed that that the speed of computer memory would double with DDR5, their patience has paid off since this new technological leap was announced almost three years ago.

COVID-19: An Unlikely Thread Tying the Climate to the Chip Market


The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed our economy and its participants to a stress level we’ve only seen a small handful of times throughout recorded history — the last being the Great Depression nearly 90 years ago. According to data from the International Monetary Fund, the cumulative loss to global GDP over 2020 and 2021 from the […]

AI applications and emerging computing architectures – Virtual Conversation (part 1 of 2)


Hosted by Jeff Shepard, EE World has organized this “virtual conversation” with Gary Bronner (GB), Senior Vice President with Rambus Labs. Mr. Bronner has generously agreed to share his experience and insights into AI applications and emerging computing architectures.

Protecting Chiplet Architectures With Hardware Security


Chiplets are gaining significant traction as they provide compelling benefits for advancing semiconductor performance, costs, and time to market. With Moore’s Law slowing, building more powerful chips translates into building bigger chips. But with chip dimensions pushing up against reticle limits, growing the size of chips is increasingly impractical. Chiplets offer a new path forward […]

Feast your eyes on the first DDR5 memory modules


Three years after the computer industry promised to double the speed of the world’s computer memory with the DDR5 spec, it’s finally nearly almost here. SK Hynix has officially announced the world’s first DDR5 memory modules. The company tells The Verge it expected to start selling them in Q3 2021, but they’re ready whenever systems can support them.

SK hynix launches first DDR5 DRAM


SK hynix has announced the launch of the world’s first DDR5 DRAM, optimised for Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) as a next generation standard of DRAM.

5G Network Infrastructure to Drive Memory Diversity


For consumers, 5G brings with it the potential of a better user experience on smartphones, but its influence on memory uptake won’t be at the device level. Handset makers will continue to add more DRAM and flash storage to smartphones regardless of network connections. The memory in 5G network infrastructure will be even more diverse given the […]

World’s first DDR5 DRAM module has focus on power


SK hynix is launching the world’s first DDR5 memory module, aimed at Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) with a key focus on power consumption. The DDR5 memory module is supports transfer rate of 4.8 to 5.6Gbit/s, 1.8 times faster than the previous generation, at 1.1V rather than 1.2V. This reduces the […]

SK Hynix Launches World’s First DDR5 DRAM Modules Rated At 4.8 Gbps And Beyond


Back in July, JEDEC finalized the specifications for DDR5 memory, and laid out a number of key performance advantages over DDR4 including quadrupling the maximum die density to 64Gb and boosting maximum data rates from 3.2Gbps to 6.4Gbps [official]. Today, SK Hynix has announced that it is launching the world’s very first DDR5 DRAM chips.

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