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From Data Center to End Device: AI/ML Inferencing with GDDR6

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Created to support 3D gaming on consoles and PCs, GDDR packs performance that makes it an ideal solution for AI/ML inferencing. As inferencing migrates from the heart of the data center to the network edge, and ultimately to a broad range of AI-powered IoT devices, GDDR memory’s combination of high bandwidth, low latency, power efficiency […]

Scaling Anti-tamper Countermeasures to Meet a Range of Threats

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In a new webinar, Scott Best, the director of anti-counterfeiting products and technologies in the Security business at Rambus, discusses how the design of anti-tamper protection needs to recognize and scale with rising threats. Adversaries range from high school hackers to well-funded state actors. As such, Scott details how it’s useful to think about anti-tamper […]

High-Performance Memory for AI/ML and HPC: Part 2

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In part one of this two-part series, Semiconductor Engineering Editor in Chief Ed Sperling and Rambus Sr. Director of Product Management Frank Ferro took a closer look at the various types of memory that system designers are using to support artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and high-performance computing (HPC) applications. In this blog post, […]

AI Requires Tailored DRAM Solutions

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Join Rambus for a webinar exploring how Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) is a key enabler for Artificial Intelligence (AI). Featuring Frank Ferro, senior director of product management for memory interface IP at Rambus, and Shane Rau, research vice president, computing semiconductors at IDC, this webinar will cover the rapid advancement of AI and how […]

High-Performance Memory for AI/ML and HPC: Part 1

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Semiconductor Engineering Editor in Chief Ed Sperling recently spoke with Rambus Sr. Director of Product Management Frank Ferro about designing high-performance memory subsystems for artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and high-performance computing (HPC) applications. As Ferro notes, there is plenty of compute (CPU) power available today to support the above-mentioned markets. “[However], the advances […]

Rambus Reports First Quarter 2020 Financial Results

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Excellent quarter, exceeding expectations for revenue and profit: GAAP revenue of $64.0 million; licensing billings of $67.1 million, product revenue of $30.7 million, and contract and other revenue of $13.6 million $37.3 million in cash provided by operating activities, further strengthening the balance sheet Record revenue from both the silicon IP and chip businesses, bolstered […]

The Thermal Challenges of Moore’s Law: Part 2

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In part one of this two-part blog series, Semiconductor Engineering editor in chief Ed Sperling spoke with Steven Woo, Rambus fellow and distinguished inventor, about the relationship between Moore’s Law and the thermal challenges faced by the semiconductor industry. Specifically, Woo highlighted how the breakdown of Dennard scaling around 2005 prompted GPU designers to place […]

The Thermal Challenges of Moore’s Law: Part 1

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Semiconductor Engineering editor in chief Ed Sperling spoke with Steven Woo, Rambus fellow and distinguished inventor, about the relationship between Moore’s Law, Dennard scaling and thermal challenges. As Woo notes, there is a “tug of war” between the benefits that Moore’s Law provides and the breakdown of Dennard scaling in 2005. “Systems now need to […]

RT-645

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Security Root of Trust RT-645 The Rambus Root of Trust RT-645 (formerly the CryptoManager RT-645) is a fully programmable, ISO-26262 ASIL-D ready hardware security core offering security by design for automotive applications. It protects against a wide range of failures such as permanent, transient and latent faults and hardware and software attacks with state-of-the-art anti-tamper […]

RT-640

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Security Root of Trust RT-640 The Rambus Root of Trust RT-640 (formerly the CryptoManager RT-640) is a fully programmable, ISO-26262 ASIL-B ready hardware security core offering security by design for automotive applications. It protects against a wide range of failures such as permanent, transient and latent faults and hardware and software attacks with state-of-the-art anti-tamper […]