JEDEC: Memory standards on the way

A seasoned veteran in the semiconductor industry, Desi Rhoden now serves as executive vice president at Inphi, a privately-held fabless electronic-components company located in the US and focused on high-performance analog devices such as registers, phase lock loops (PLLs) and advanced memory buffers (AMBs). He is also chairman of the JC-42 Memory Committee and the past chairman of the board for JEDEC Solid State Technology Association, the semiconductor engineering standardization body of the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA). Prior to Mr. Roden's speech at VIA Technology Forum this week in Taipei, spoke to him to discuss current and future developments of memory technologies.

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