The Rambus DDR5 Server DIMM buffer chipset is the industry’s first functional silicon targeted for next-generation DDR5. Our chips are designed to enable high-capacity, high-speed and robust memory solutions for tomorrow’s most demanding enterprise and data center applications.
Invention is the heart of Rambus.
Our technology turns incredible possibility into everyday reality. The world is restless. It doesn’t stand still and it can’t stop wanting more. It screams ‘faster’. Needs ‘easier’. Demands ‘smarter and safer’. Our purpose is clear; we embrace that demand, we harness that restless spirit. We invent and create great things because we know that better only happens if you make it.
We do it by being ambitious and inquiring. We meet the need with an idea more useful. We listen, we challenge. But most importantly, we do it by doing.
This is a place of action; while others talk about the possibilities of the future, we create the future. This is what makers do. But we don’t do it alone. We are integral to our partners’ progress. Proud to co-produce, proud to enable. Proud to know that our success is hard-wired into theirs.
Better is our beacon, and it never goes out.
Rambus. Makers of Better.
At Rambus, we create cutting-edge semiconductor and IP products, spanning memory and interfaces to security, smart sensors and lighting. Our chips, customizable IP cores, architecture licenses, tools, services, training and innovations improve the competitive advantage of our customers. We collaborate with the industry, partnering with leading ASIC and SoC designers, foundries, IP developers, EDA companies and validation labs. Our products are integrated into tens of billions of devices and systems, powering and securing diverse applications, including Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, consumer and media platforms.
This is just the beginning. We will continue to develop breakout products and services in a collaborative, synergistic way with our customers and partners, while continuing to look far into the future to solve the difficult technology challenges of tomorrow.
The JEDEC Solid State Technology Association is an independent semiconductor engineering trade organization and standardization body.
JEDEC has over 300 members, including some of the world’s largest computer companies. Its scope and past activities includes standardization of part numbers, defining an electrostatic discharge (ESD) standard, and leadership in the lead-free manufacturing transition.
The origin of JEDEC traces back to 1944, when RMA (subsequently renamed EIA) and NEMA established the Joint Electron Tube Engineering Council (JETEC) to coordinate vacuum tube type numberings. Read More
NVIDIA has unveiled a brand new product called the NVIDIA DGX-2 supercomputer which is basically 16 Volta GPUs stacked together using NVSwitch – which is basically a high performance external interconnect. The entire package has a power consumption that is a fraction of what you would traditionally get using CPU based clusters but of course comes at a premium.
NVIDIA DGX-2: Server rack with 16 Volta GPUs and Dual Xeon Platinums for $399,000
Keep in mind calling this server rack a GPU is a misnomer. While the use of NVSwitch does in fact make it much faster than a server rack with 16 Volta GPUs in a vanilla setup, it is still nowhere near as fast as enough as a GPU of this calibre would truly be. The server packs a total of 81,920 CUDA Cores with 512 GB HBM2 memory and a 14.4 TB/s aggregate bandwidth and 300 GB/s GPU to GPU. The total power consumption of the rack is 10,000 watts and weighs 350 pounds. Read More
A quintessential part of any setup—be it gaming rig or otherwise—is a good keyboard. It’s your trusty aide when you’re pounding your opponents in Counter Strike and commanding your army in Starcraft. As such, it deserves as much recognition and respect as the graphics card you have in your case. With more switches now available in more keyboards, we’ve refreshed our guide to let you know what’s what.
There are two core keyboard types: Mechanical keyboards have individual key switches and metal springs. Rubber dome keyboards—most modern, cheap keyboards—have a sheet of rubber that provides the resistance, tactile feeling, and registers the keypress to the computer. Mechanical key switches give an unmistakable, stronger feedback as you type in the form of feeling a bump, hearing a click, and/or feeling a smooth bottom out to the keyboard’s base. Not only does it feel more satisfying than a rubber dome keyboard, it can be more precise, too.
In the early days, choosing a gaming keyboard meant a binary decision of going with either Cherry MX or membrane. That’s no longer the case. Instead, the market is now saturated with a ton of switches that offer a wide range of characteristics. The massive selection can be overwhelming even for a seasoned gamer. We’re hoping to make that decision a little less daunting with our keyboard switch guide. Read More
Samsung Galaxy S9 review: predictably great, predictably flawed
There comes a factor in greatest fruitful stock’ presences in which they wind up unsurprising. the new model, building off of the triumphs of its past model, proceeds with the equivalent appearance and feel while presenting more noteworthy diffused upgrades. Mac’s utilized this tack with the iPhone and iPad for two or three ages, and Microsoft has achieved the same with the surface prepared lately. Try not to cause trouble; don’t repair what isn’t harmed. Read More
In recent years, global warming has been the subject of a great deal of political controversy. As scientific knowledge has grown, this debate is moving away from whether humans are causing warming and toward questions of how best to respond.
Signs that the Earth is warming are recorded all over the globe. The easiest way to see increasing temperatures is through the thermometer records kept over the past century and a half. Around the world, the Earth’s average temperature has risen more than 1 degree Fahrenheit (0.8 degrees Celsius) over the last century, and about twice that in parts of the Arctic.
Starting a Satellite TV channel How much does it cost? This is a question we are asked often by people wanting to start their on Satellite TV station or Satellite TV channel and it’s a good question to ask so we thought we would look a little deeper into this and try help answer it a bit better for you.
Purple Turtle have been building custom satellite TV channel solutions for clients in Africa, From Africa for over 10 years now and as an independent ICASA licensed company (we are not just a reseller like many out there) Purple Turtle is uniquely positioned to deliver a service that’s customised to unique clients. Read More
One of the leading names in display technology is Chinese firm – BOE display technology. The company has always dedicated itself to advancing innovation in semiconductor display technologies such as TFT-LCD and AMOLED, for the purpose of providing quality display products and services. Manufacturing LCD panels have been BOE’s stronghold where it utilises its proprietary (Advanced Super Dimension Switch (ADSDS) technology for liquid-crystal (LCD) panels. This technology is characterized by ultra-high definition, ultra-slim bezel, high contrast-ratio, ultra-thinness, integrated touch solution, great energy efficiency, and environmental friendliness but is restricted to LCD panels.