Rambus has unveiled its latest memory architecture for next-generation mobile devices called Mobile XDR. The new XDR memory offers high-bandwidth and a low-power design to help designers meet and exceed the power and performance targets for mobile products.
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Power consumption in small mobile devices with limited battery capacity is very important. The new Mobile XDR architecture can achieve over 17GB/s of memory bandwidth from a single Mobile XDR DRAM device. At the same time, the new memory design promises to extend the battery life of some mobile products as much as 30 minutes.
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The Mobile XDR memory also saves space inside a mobile device with a pin-count reduction and a smaller interface. Key feature of the new memory include Very Low-Swing Differential Signaling (VLSD), FlexClocking with asymmetrical partitioning, and Advanced Power State Management.