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Santa Clara, CA, United States, 2014/10/01 - At ARM TechCon 2014, Rambus will demonstrate its IP core innovations across both memory and security technologies, including its Beyond DDR4 initiative for next-generation server applications and R+™ LPDDR3 for mobile applications - ARMTechCon.com. NASDAQ: RMBS
Where: ARM TechCon 2014
Santa Clara Convention Center Booth #206
5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, Calif.
When: October 1-3, 2014
At ARM TechCon 2014, Rambus will demonstrate its IP core innovations across both memory and security technologies, including its Beyond DDR4 initiative for next-generation server applications and R+™ LPDDR3 for mobile applications. The Rambus Cryptography Research Division will demonstrate the recently launched Differential Power Analysis (DPA) resistant cores, as well as the CryptoFirewall™ content protection core.
Demonstrations will be available at the Rambus booth, #206.
Fully compliant with LPDDR2 and LPDDR3, the R+ LPDDR3 PHY is part of a complete memory solution designed for the latest generation of mobile devices. When combined with R+ LPDDR3 DRAM, the R+ LPDDR3 memory solution reduces memory system power by up to 25%. This demonstration will show a side-by-side silicon signaling comparison between the R+ LPDDR3 PHY in standard and R+ low-swing signaling modes, highlighting the power advantages delivered by the R+ architecture.
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.
DPA Resistant Cores
As part of the family of DPA resistant cryptographic cores from the Rambus Cryptography Research division, this demonstration will showcase the side channel resistance of Rambus high-performance AES cryptographic cores and libraries compared to standard, unprotected AES implementations.
CryptoFirewall Security Core
This demonstration features a CryptoFirewall core implemented in an STMicroelectronics (ST) set-top-box (STB) chipset and development board. The chipset is decrypting a video stream using the CryptoFirewall core to provide the encryption key. Supported features include differentiation, provisioning of rights using ERKs, channel change, and decryption of two streams simultaneously with both displayed via picture-in-picture.
About Rambus Inc.
Rambus (rambus.com) brings invention to market. Our customizable IP cores, architecture licenses, tools, services, and training improve the competitive advantage of our customer’s products while accelerating their time-to-market. Rambus products and innovations capture, secure and move data.