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  • initialism Rambus dynamic random-access memory


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  • The testimony from Fahey, Swope and at least three other current and former Intel employees may undermine Rambus's claim that Hynix and Micron colluded to drive its DRAM chips, which it called RDRAM, out of the market. -- Top News

  • Farhad Tabrizi, a former Hynix executive called to the stand by Rambus, was asked whether he was promoted to vice president of worldwide marketing after engaging in a campaign from 1995 to 1998 called "RDRAM killing." -- Top News

  • Rambus sought damages of $3.95 billion in its lawsuit, which sought to prove that rival memory-chip makers had destroyed its faster memory technology called RDRAM in an effort that included collusion by offering PC makers lower prices. - Top Stories

  • Originally that was development of proprietary products, such as a product called RDRAM, and more recently a proprietary product called XDR. - Newswire

  • After spending a couple decades next to a spinning, whirring noisemaker under or on my desk (and worse for a while with RDRAM -- more fans, and hot!)

    Boing Boing

  • To test outside, we had to drag my huge (and ancient) 1. 5ghz, 512meg RDRAM computer to the backyard.

    Boing Boing: September 18, 2005 - September 24, 2005 Archives

  • "RDRAM should have won this race, but the defendants cheated," he said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Hynix's attorneys said that Intel had given up on Rambus's RDRAM in 1999 in favor of SDRAM -- before the alleged collusion against Rambus had taken place.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Earlier in the trial, the defendants had argued that RDRAM used more electricity and generated more heat, assertions that Rambus's witnesses disputed.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Rambus's RDRAM chip, used in personal computers, had been in close competition with Micron and Hynix products from the late 1990s, said attorney Sean Eskovitz.

    Reuters: Press Release


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