Rambus speeds up XDR memory
Rambus announced a new modification of memory interface XDR2. It utilizes micro-threaded core of dynamic RAM and circuitry that increases bandwidth. As a result, the new solution outperforms existing fastest GDDR by several times, they say.
To improve band efficiency and width developers had to care about noise protection: among other innovations XDR2 utilizes differential signals of 200mV amplitude.
XDR2 is already available for licensing, but ready solutions should be expected by 2007.
Source: Rambus, Tom´s Hardware Guide
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