Rambus brings invention to market. Our customizable IP cores, architecture licenses, tools, services, and training improve the competitive advantage of our customer’s products while accelerating their time-to-market. Rambus products and innovations capture, secure and move data. For more information, visit rambus.com.
The Rambus Memory and Interfaces Division moves data. MID develops products and services that solve the power, performance, and capacity challenges of the mobile, cloud computing and connected device markets. Rambus enhanced standards-compatible and custom memory and serial link solutions include architectures, memory and chip-to-chip interfaces, DRAM, IP validation tools, and system and IC design services. Developed through our system-aware design methodology, Rambus’ products deliver improved time-to-market and first-time-right quality.
The Rambus Cryptography Research division specializes in embedded security solutions. Our innovative technologies include tamper resistance, content protection, network security, payment and transaction services. Eight billion security products are made annually with our security technology, and systems designed by our scientists and engineers protect hundreds of billions of dollars in revenues every year.
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