Friday, April 13, 2007

Loki in the news

ZDNET noted Loki this week - Rambus bleeding edge technology that has been demonstrated to operate at 6.25 gigabits per second and pass information at 2.2 milliwatts per gigabit, a fraction of the current technology that operate in the 15 to 30 milliwatts per gigabit.

Although it doesn't grab the headlines like new processors, chip interconnects and packaging has been a hotbed of innovation in recent years because designers believe it's one of the areas where significant performance gains can be made.
A photograph of Loki at Crave.

HT FinzToRite.

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