Rambus announces "Yellowstone."
Santa Clara, CA - October 22, 2001 - Rambus Inc., the leading provider of high bandwidth chip connection technology, today unveiled its next generation memory signaling technology during Rambus Developer Forum (RDF) 2001. Part of Rambus' latest memory technology development effort, code-named "Yellowstone", the new signaling technology is capable of data transfer rates of 3.2 Gigahertz (GHz) with a roadmap to 6.4GHz.The full press release is here.
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