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Rambus is researching opportunities to optimize memory and interface solutions for operation at cryogenic temperatures for future generation datacenters. Evolution of the datacenter is driving new memory and storage usage models. Rambus has been at the forefront of advanced memory sub-system designs since the ‘90s, focusing initially on the industry-leading requirements of game consoles and personal computers. Today, as big data applications push the envelope on memory and storage requirements, Rambus is investigating cryogenic memory architectures and technologies to increase performance, reduce energy and meet the needs of today and beyond. By partnering with both private and public players in the cryogenic arena, Rambus is hoping to develop a memory and interconnect ecosystem for future computing platforms.

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  • Performance Gains
    • Cryogenic computing has potential to provide step function increases in speed, latency, and bandwidth.
  • Power Efficiency
    • Cryogenic Computing potentially provides a multiple order of magnitude reduction in CPU power.
  • Spatial Density
    • Significant increase in bit density scaling and increase interconnect speeds.

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