Challenges and Solutions for Future Main Memory
DDR3 SDRAM is used in many computing systems today and offers data rates of up to 1600Mbps. To achieve performance levels beyond DDR3, future main memory subsystems must attain faster data rates while maintaining low power, high access efficiency and competitive cost. This white paper will outline some of the key challenges facing next generation main memory and the Rambus innovations that can be applied to advance the main memory roadmap.
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