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Rambus Tapes Out 112G XSR SerDes PHY on Leading-edge 7nm Process

Highlights: Provides critical building block to deliver data for next-generation data center, networking, high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications Delivers superior power, performance and area (PPA) for extra short reach (XSR) links with innovative architecture designed for leading-edge 7nm process node Expands SerDes PHY portfolio for 112G OIF-CEI industry standard […]

5G Eats Up More Memory

5G is more memory hungry compared to previous generations, according to Gary Hilson, memory editor at EE Times.  In his recent article, he pulled together an industry consensus about the types of memory that might be considered to comply with 5G demands, the pros and the cons. Hilson writes that it makes sense when you […]

Wear and tear: The growth of the wearables market

The world is growing increasingly connected and mobile, and things are no different in the industry of wearables, where the global market is on an upward trend. According to recent data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, total volumes for the fourth quarter of 2017 reached 37.9 million units, up […]

Rambus is @ MWC 2018!

MWC 2018 kicks off today in Barcelona! We’re at booth #7J31 (Hall 7) in the Fira Barcelona Gran Via, showcasing our CryptoManager IoT Security Service, Unified Payment Platform and a range of Smart Ticketing solutions. Rambus CryptoManager IoT Security Service The Rambus CryptoManager IoT Security Service is a turnkey security solution for IoT Service providers […]

(Smart) watch this space: Wearables and mobile payments

Smartwatches began as an extension of a user’s smartphone. For example, the Moto 360 can forward notifications, removing the need to take one’s phone out of their pocket or bag. Smartwatches can also measure heart-rate and access cellular data in the case of the Samsung Gear S2 and the recently-released 2017 Apple Watch. Of course, […]

Going beyond GPUs with GDDR6

The origins of GDDR The origins of modern graphics double data rate (GDDR) memory can be traced back to GDDR3 SDRAM. Designed by ATI Technologies, GDDR3 made its first appearance in nVidia’s GeForce FX 5700 Ultra card which debuted in 2004. Offering reduced latency and high bandwidth for GPUs, GDDR3 was followed by GDDR4, GDDR5, […]

What CIPURSE can bring to public transportation

Written by Stephen McSpadden for Rambus Press The non-proprietary CIPURSE security specification was first established by the Open Standard for Public Transportation (OSPT) Alliance in late 2010. Targeted primarily, but not exclusively, at the public transport sector, CIPURSE addresses the current and future automated fare collection system requirements of local, regional and national transit authorities. […]

NFC, QR Codes, In-app and beyond…

‘Mobile payments’ is a broad term. As the ecosystem has developed, various new technologies have emerged to change the way we act and transact in-store. Integrating new with the old Some mobile payment technologies are focused on seamlessly connecting the mobile device to the existing payments infrastructure. NFC leading the way After an uncertain start, […]

Put your money where your mouth is: Financial institutions and mobile payments

The adoption of digital wallets, according to a Goldman Sachs analyst, has been “underwhelming to date by nearly every objective standard.” While Apple Pay is the dominant digital wallet leader in the US, accounting for 90% of all contactless mobile payments, it is still struggling to gain real traction in the United States. According to […]

Smart Home: Threats and Countermeasures

The Rambus CryptoManager IoT Security Service is a turnkey solution for smart home service providers and OEMs. Our one-stop-shop solution provides seamless device-to-cloud secure connectivity, device lifecycle management, and advanced device monitoring capabilities to protect service high-availability and help mitigate a variety of attacks including distributed denial of service (DDoS).

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