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Old 01-28-2018,
AdellDiede AdellDiede is offline
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Default STTC - SoftNet -- !!!!!!!!!

"Toshiba is on the forefront of delivering breakthrough solutions for next-generation systems," said Laura Stark, senior vice president of Platform Solutions at Rambus. "This agreement continues the long and successful collaboration between our companies to provide state-of-the-art technology for today's most demanding computing and consumer electronics products."

The Rambus PCI Express PHY is one of the most widely compliance and interoperability tested PCI Express solution available today. Rambus' silicon-proven PCI Express PHY cells are complete serial communication cells optimized for implementing the physical layer of the PCI Express standard. Rambus' PCI Express PHY cells are in production in high-volume applications and have been incorporated in numerous products listed on the PCI-SIGĀ® Integrators List, having passed PCI-SIG compliance and interoperability testing by Rambus PHY cell customers and digital controller partners. The complete, interoperable Rambus PCI Express interface solution consists of PHY cells and digital controllers.
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Old 01-29-2018,
AdelineCar AdelineCar is offline
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Updated share price information.

It seems as if Rambus (nasdaq: RMBS - news - people ) spends as much time defending its patents as it does cooking up the latest innovation in dynamic random-access memory chips.

Well, score one today for the engineers -- not the shysters.

Rambus' stock jumped after the company said it had signed an agreement with Toshiba (other-otc: TOSBF.PK - news - people ), Japan's largest chipmaker, to license interface technology.

Rambus closed Wednesday at $19.13, up $1.85, or 10.71%. The 52-week range is $10.25 to $46.99.

Toshiba will use Rambus' memory controller interface and PCI Express, a technology to connect components, including graphics cards in computers.

Rambus dynamic random-access memory chips are used in PCs, video game consoles and other electronic systems. Intel (nasdaq: INTC - news - people ) accounts for about 26% of the company's revenue. Rambus also licenses its technology to Elpida Memory and Matsushita.
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