Rambus has developed alliances with industry partners and academic institutions to develop and implement best-in-class memory, interface, and semiconductor security solutions
The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) is the voice of the U.S. aerospace and defense industry, establishing industry-wide goals and strategies to provide solutions to issues that impact members and U.S. interests in civil aviation, national security and space. AIA provides unmatched expertise on issues that affect manufacturers and suppliers of: civil, military, and business aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), space systems, aircraft engines, missiles, materiel, and related components, equipment, services, and information technology.
The purpose of Ad-STAC is to unify companies in different fields, including but not limited to academia, government, industries, and institutes, to co-operate and improve the 3D IC technology
Rambus has been a member of Ad-STAC since November 2011, utilizing Ad-STAC for independent research and development.
The Digital Entertainment Group is an industry association that advocates and promotes entertainment platforms, products and distribution channels on behalf of the motion picture, music, consumer electronics and technologies companies
Rambus supports DEG’s platforms, products, and distribution channel development efforts with appropriate content security solutions.
The Global Semiconductor Alliance’s mission is to accelerate the growth and increase the return on invested capital of the global semiconductor industry by fostering a more effective ecosystem through collaboration, integration and innovation
Rambus values the unique platform the GSA provides to encourage collaboration through events and activities with compelling content and thoughtful interaction. As a member, Rambus engages in activities with key semiconductor industry participants and has developed a strong partnership with the GSA.
MIPI Alliance is a collaborative global organization serving industries that develop mobile and mobile-influenced devices. The focus of the organization is to design and promote hardware and software interfaces that simplify the integration of components built into a device, from the antenna and modem to peripherals and the application processor. MIPI Alliance crafts all of its specifications to meet the stringent operating conditions required in mobile devices: high-bandwidth performance, low power consumption, and low electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) is an association of 800+ industry companies committed to advancing its non-proprietary peripheral component interconnect (PCI) technology by: defining PCI specifications to deliver required I/O functionality; adapting PCI technology to future applications; maintaining backward compatibility with previous specifications; supporting industry-wide product development by offering compliance and interoperability test support.