Rambus XDR DRAM

Introduced: 2004

Description: Future Rambus developed memory technology delivering 8 data words per clock cycle using FlexPhase, Differential Rambus Signaling Levels (DRSL) and Octal Data Rate (ODR) technologies for a throughput of 400 MHz * 8 = 3.2 Gb/s per wire or 6.4 GB/s per chip. Formerly known as Yellowstone.

Type: Memory Technologies [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Planned

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2006-01-06 AMD to pay Rambus $75 million:  AMD has agreed to pay the memory maker to license memory technology DailyTech [rm]

2006-01-03 AMD licenses Rambus for PCI Express, DDR tech The Inquirer [rm]

2005-03-02 Rambus spills the beans The Inquirer [rm]

2004-12-28 PlayStation 3 GPU: NV40 and NV50 Hybrid with XDR DRAM, Says Report: Peculiarities of PlayStation 3 Graphics Chip Emerge Xbit Labs [rm]

2004-02-18 Rambus shows off working XDR parts The Inquirer [rm]

2004-02-15 Rambus to Showcase XDR at Intel Developer Forum: Real XDR Devices, Working XDR Prototypes? Xbit Labs [rm]

2004-02-03 Rambus to show off XDR memory at Intel forum The Inquirer [rm]

2003-07-10 Rambus XDR Memory Interface Rambus Inc. [rm]

2003-07-10 Rambus renames Yellowstone as XDR DRAM The Register [rm]

2003-04-16 Interview with Rambus Hardware Accelerated [rm]

2003-04-01 RAM Wars: Return of the JEDEC: On RDRAM, DDR-II, GDDR etc Tom's Hardware [rm]

2003-03-24 Elpida Secures License on Yellowstone Interface from Rambus Xbit Labs [rm]

2003-01-09 Sony and Toshiba Licenses Rambus’ Technologies. PlayStation3 to be fully RDRAM-based? Xbit Labs [rm]

2003-01-07 Sony seeks out Rambus for Playstation3 technology The Inquirer [rm]

2003-01-06 Rambus Designing PC Interconnect ExtremeTech [rm]

2003-01-06 Deal puts Rambus in future PlayStation C/Net [rm]

2002-08-10 Ace's Guide to Memory Technology: Part 3 Ace's Hardware [rm]

2002-07-08 Rambus Unveils "Yellowstone" Component Technology ExtremeTech [rm]

2002-07-03 Rambus swings, roadmaps and mobo roundabouts: Rambus Yellowstone to operate at Octal Data Rates (ODR) for 8 bits per clock cycle delivering 10.7 GB/s... VR-Zone Hardware [rm]

2002-07-03 Rambus swings, roadmaps and mobo roundabouts: Rambus Yellowstone to operate at Octal Data Rates (ODR) for 8 bits per clock cycle delivering 10.7 GB/s... The Inquirer [rm]

2001-10-22 Rambus Flirts with 3.2 GHz Data Rate ExtremeTech [rm]

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