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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 29, 2007


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    By Vangie Beal :  July 8, 2002

    (Press Release) Rambus Inc. has just introduced its FlexPhase circuit technology, a key component of the ultra-fast, next-generation signaling technology, codenamed Yellowstone. Together with Differential Rambus Signaling Levels and Octal Data Rate, the FlexPhase technology enables Yellowstone's 3.2 to 6.4 GHz data rate resulting in memory bandwidths of 10 to 100 GB/s. Showcasing the revolutionary memory signaling technology for the first time, Rambus publicly demonstrated Yellowstone at the recent Rambus Developer Forum (RDF) in Japan, July 2-3, 2002. Yellowstone offers a quantum leap in performance in memory signaling while lowering system cost through pin-count reduction and the elimination of external termination resistors. The flexible architecture enables customized memory solutions to satisfy various market needs over the next decade, including video game consoles, networking, and PC graphics.


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