Taiwan DRAM vendors are not rushing to express their optimism regarding Rambus memory solutions. Last week at the Rambus Developer Forum (RDF) in Taipei, the company promoted its memory technologies, XDR and XDR2 (which was presented as next generation XDR). Launched earlier this year, XDR2 is projected to enable data rates starting at 8 GHz, and it incorporates features including micro-threading and adaptive timing. According to Rambus, the company is now in talks with DRAM vendors, including Taiwan companies, about XDR and XDR2 licensing.
However, when asked about names, Rambus did not mention any particular company, and no player in the Taiwan DRAM industry confirmed holding talks with Rambus.
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