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Memory Systems for AI: Part 2

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In part one of this series, we discussed how the world’s digital data is growing exponentially, doubling approximately every two years. In fact, there’s so much digital data in the world that artificial intelligence (AI) is practically the only way to begin to make sense of it all in a timely fashion. Insights gleaned from […]

GDDR6 and HBM2E: Memory Solutions for AI

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AI is fast becoming the performance driver for the semiconductor industry. With numerous new discrete AI accelerators and dedicated AI processors, compute performance is rapidly rising. A critical enabler to unleashing the true potential of AI systems is increasing memory bandwidth.

Memory Systems for AI: Part 1

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Written by Steven Woo for Rambus Press There has been quite a lot of recent news about domain-specific processors that are being designed for the artificial intelligence (AI) market. Interestingly, many of the techniques used today in modern AI chips and applications have actually been around for several decades. However, neural networks didn’t really take […]

What does security look like when 5G meets AI?

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What does security looklike when 5G meets AI? Incredible synergies will be realized when 5G meets AI. Security anchored in hardware can protect the great value created. Learn how Rambus solutions secure the chips powering the 5G-AI revolution. Implementing Strong Security for AI/ML Accelerators Webinar Series Dedicated accelerator hardware for artificial intelligence and machine learning […]

Cliff Burnette

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Cliff Burnette Senior Vice President Chief Human Resources Officer Cliff Burnette is the senior vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO) of Rambus. Cliff joined the company in 2019 and brings over 20 years of experience leading global human resources (HR) operations for publicly traded companies. He is responsible for human resources, corporate strategy […]

Rambus Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2019 Financial Results

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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 […]

Cable Haunt vulnerability can give hackers remote access to approximately 200 million cable modems

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Danish cybersecurity experts Alexander Krog, Jens Stærmose and Kasper Terndrup of cybersecurity firm Lyrebirds ApS, and independent Danish researcher Simon Sillesen, announced a new vulnerability dubbed Cable Haunt. In the announcement, they disclosed a critical remote code execution vulnerability in hundreds of millions of cable modems. According to the website the researchers set up, “The […]

PCI Express 5 vs. 4: What’s New? [Everything You Need to Know]

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Introduction What’s new about PCI Express 5 (PCIe 5)? The latest PCI Express standard, PCIe 5, represents a doubling of speed over the PCIe 4.0 specifications. We’re talking about 32 Gigatransfers per second (GT/s) vs. 16GT/s, with an aggregate x16 link bandwidth of almost 128 Gigabytes per second (GBps). This speed boost is needed to […]

California’s IoT law is a good start, but more needs to be done

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Written by Paul Karazuba, head of product, Rambus Security Passed by former California governor Jerry Brown, cybersecurity law SB-327 is slated to go into effect on January 1, 2020. 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 […]

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