Rambus Mobile XDR Memory For Mobile Products Debuts

Posted: Feb 9 2010, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:24pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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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.

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.

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.

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