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IME-IP-340 Inline Memory Encryption Engine

IME-IP-340 Inline Memory Encryption Engine Contact Us IME-IP-340 Inline Memory Encryption (IME) Engine provides just-in-time encryption, decryption and authentication for all memory read and write requests between a host processor and its attached memory. Absent encryption, instruction and data stored in external memory are vulnerable to attack, introspection, or modification as they are loaded and […]


RT-1660 Programmable Root of Trust With DPA and FIA for US Defense Contact Us The Rambus Root of Trust RT-1660 is a fully programmable, FIPS 140-3 compliant root-of-security core offering security by design for U.S. Defense mission-critical applications. The RT-1660 protects against a wide range of hardware and software attacks with state-of-the-art anti-tamper security techniques. […]

XpressAGENT™ Add-on Module

XpressAGENT™ Add-on Module Contact Us Rambus XpressAGENT is a chip-level solution designed for simplifying observability and expediting debug of PCI Express® (PCIe®) and Compute Express Link™ (CXL™) based subsystems that utilize Rambus PCIe or CXL controllers with any PCIe or CXL PHY. ContactProduct Brief How the XpressAGENT™ Add-on Module works The XpressAGENT Add-on Module provides […]

How Rambus is Making Data Faster and Safer in 2022 and Beyond

Throughout 2021 and early 2022, Rambus has continued to make data faster and safer with the launch of key products, industry initiatives, and strategic partnerships. To address the insatiable demand for more bandwidth in the data center, we announced our 8.4 Gbps HBM3-Ready Memory Subsystem, confirmed the sampling of our DDR5 5600 MT/s 2nd-generation RCD chip, demonstrated our PCI Express® (PCIe) 5.0 digital controller IP on leading FPGA platforms, and unveiled our CXL Memory Interconnect Initiative. Looking ahead to 2022 and beyond, these products, initiatives, and partnerships will help power the […]

Rambus Delivers PCIe 6.0 Controller for Next-Generation Data Centers

Highlights: Pushes performance to 64 GT/s for advanced AI/ML, storage and networking applications Implements full PCIe 6.0 feature set with optimized power, area and latency Offers state-of-the-art data security with integrated IDE engine SAN JOSE, Calif. – Jan. 26, 2022 – Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS), a premier chip and silicon IP provider making data faster and safer, today announced […]

Demonstration of a CXL Interconnect on a FPGA-based design

In this video, we demonstrate the Rambus Controller IP for CXL 2.0 and the CXL.mem protocol used to access Host-managed Device Memory, or HDM. This demonstration is performed using Intel’s Pre-Production Xeon processor as a host, connected to an FPGA board, instantiating Rambus’ CXL Controller and CXL.mem test design.

What is PCIe 4.0? PCI Express 4 explained

PCI Express® 4.0 also known as PCIe 4.0 or PCIe Gen 4 is the fourth generation of Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCI express) expansion bus specifications, which are developed, published, and maintained by the PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG). It is an open standard. In this blog, you’ll learn all about PCI express 4 performance […]

Side-channel attacks explained: everything you need to know

In this blog post, we take an in-depth look at the world of side-channel attacks. We describe how side-channel attacks work and detail some of the most common attack methodologies. We also explore differential power analysis (DPA), an extremely powerful side-channel attack capable of obtaining and analyzing statistical measurements across multiple operations. In addition, we […]

PCIe 5.0 Controller IP on FPGAs: Current and Future Use Cases

Rambus announced this week that it demonstrated for the first time a PCI Express 5.0 Controller IP (PCIe 5 Controller) operating at 32 GT/s on a leading FPGA platform.  “We’ve achieved a new industry benchmark with the demonstration of our PCIe 5.0 Controller operating at 32 GT/s on popular FPGA platforms,” said Scott Houghton, general […]

Rambus True Random Number Generator Certified to NIST SP 800-90B Standard

Cryptography depends on entropy. More specifically, every cryptographic protocol requires a source of non-deterministic (random) data to seed its security algorithms. While entropy is everywhere and, per the second law of thermodynamics, always increasing, it is exceedingly hard to create an unpredictable, statistically independent, uniformly distributed and protected source of data. In other words, creating a true random number generator is quite […]

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