Rambus Licenses High-speed Memory Technology To Toshiba

Posted: Dec 17 2007, 11:42am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:20am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Rambus announced today that it had licensed its XDR memory architecture to Toshiba to be used in HDTVs. Rambus’ XDR, XIO and XMC will be used in conjunction to provide Toshibas HDTVs with 4.8Gbps of throughput.

The higher performance delivered by this Rambus technology will allow Toshiba’s 1080p HDTVs to operate at 120Hz refresh rates and 12-bit color depths while showing full HD PiP.

"As a leading supplier of chipsets to HDTV manufacturers Toshiba delivers an exceptional viewing experience for consumers," said Sharon Holt, senior vice president of sales, licensing and marketing at Rambus Inc. "With the XDR memory architecture, we're able to meet the growing demands for bandwidth in an exciting new generation of consumer electronics products."

Via Rambus

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