Rambus swings very low with mobile XDR memory

Chip firm Rambus started to talk about its next generation memory for mobile – Mobile XDR. It’s ready to license it.

It claimed that the memory type offers a high bandwidth low power memory architecture aimed at providing higher performance and a longer battery life than mobile products can achieve right now.

The architecture will be able to deliver 4.3Gbps per pin with system on chip  (SoC) devices providing over 17GB/s of memory bandwidth and extend battery life by over 30 minutes.

Rambus uses Very Low Swing Differential Signalling (VLSD) – that’s a bi-drectional differential signalling technology. It also uses Flex Clocking, which uses asymmetric partitioning and puts calibration and timing circuitry in the SoC interface. That, said Rambus, means the design of the DRAM interface is simplified.

Its Advanced Power State Management system brings a reduction in memory system power and gives ultra-fast switching times between different low power and active operating modes.

Rambus is ready to license it to you, if that is what you want.