Rambus to Showcase Solutions and Innovations at ARM TechCon 2013
ARM TechCon 2013
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- October 30, 2013
Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ:RMBS):
Who: Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ:RMBS)
Where: ARM TechCon 2013
Santa Clara Convention Center – Booth #200
5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, Calif.
When: October 29 - 31, 2013
At ARM TechCon 2013, Rambus will demonstrate two memory and interface
solutions with its Beyond DDR4 initiative and consumer electronics-oriented R+
DDR3, as well as innovations in Binary Pixel technology and differential power
analysis (DPA) countermeasures.
R+ DDR3 PHY Featuring LabStation™ Validation Platform
This demonstration of a high-performance, low-cost R+ DDR3 PHY solution is
tailored for consumer electronics. The solution will demonstrate operation in
working silicon at a data rate of 2133 Mbps in a low-cost wire bond package.
The LabStation™ validation platform includes a built-in-self-test and
characterization features to achieve high reliability, reduce field returns as
well as enable fast time-to-market.
Beyond DDR4 – R+ Technology for Next-generation Server Memory
This demonstration will showcase next-generation technologies that extend
server memory solutions beyond the capabilities of DDR4. With data rates of up
to 6.4 Gbps in a multi-rank, multi-DIMM system, this high-performance,
high-capacity technology simplifies system design and significantly reduces
overall system power requirements.
Binary Pixel Technology Enabling the World’s Best Image Sensors
Rambus’ binary pixel technologyimproves the quality of photos taken from
mobile devices. This demonstration shows how image sensor and image processing
architectures can achieve single-shot high dynamic range (HDR) and improved
low-light sensitivity for better videos and photos in any lighting condition.
The demonstration also showcases how the technology, optimized at the pixel
level, senses light similar to the human eye, resulting in
professional-quality images and videos from mobile devices that capture the
full gamut of details in dark and bright intensities.
Securing Devices from Side-Channel Attacks Using Differential Power Analysis
All forms of electronic devices with secret keys are susceptible to side
channel attacks which are low-cost, non-invasive methods for adversaries to
extract secret keys of a cryptosystem. Cryptography Research, a division of
Rambus, developed DPA countermeasures to protect tamper-resistant devices from
many applications ranging from mobile phones to game consoles against all
forms of side channel attacks. This demonstration uses basic electromagnetic
equipment to perform side-channel attacks, which extract the security keys
from mobile devices.
About Rambus Inc.
Rambus is the innovative technology solutions company that brings invention to
market. Unleashing the intellectual power of our world-class engineers and
scientists in a collaborative and synergistic way, Rambus invents, licenses
and develops solutions that challenge and enable our customers to create the
future. While best known for creating unsurpassed semiconductor memory
architectures, Rambus is also developing world-changing products and services
in security, and advanced LED lighting and displays. For additional details,
Schwartz MSL for Rambus
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