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Rambus targets DDR4 DRAMs

5/26/2009 05:00 AM EDT
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re: Rambus targets DDR4 DRAMs
rdcrisp   6/2/2009 9:21:23 PM
one of the nice things about free markets is that those that provide value can be rewarded by their products being adopted. if rambus can provide a better way to make ddr4 work than it would do otherwise and the end result is cheaper for a given level of performance than any other alternative, it would seem that they have provided a service to the industry.

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