Good R+ news...
This portends an interesting year. One of the Big Three DRAM manufacturers on board for R+. Will Micron and or Hynix follow??
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb 10, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Rambus Inc. RMBS, +0.94% today announced it has developed an R+™ DDR4/3 PHY on the Samsung 28nm LPP process. Through the collaboration with Samsung, Rambus has achieved a robust, production-ready R+ DDR4/3 PHY on the power-performance optimized 28nm Low Power Plus (LPP) process. The Rambus design has been characterized at a system level, and can be easily integrated into a SoC.
“With the ongoing demand for data alongside the cloud driving more and more networking, the need for faster speeds and better bandwidth has never been more prevalent,” said Kevin Donnelly, general manager of the Memory and Interface division at Rambus. “Successfully taping out a production-ready R+ DDR4/3 PHY on the Samsung 28nm LPP process is a major step in our strategic and valued partnership. Together we are breaking the necessary ground to achieve the best possible speeds and bandwidth required by today’s consumer and networking devices.”
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