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Monday. Rambus founder Mark Horowitz shared his studied view of the outlook for the semiconductor industry over the next several years. R&D labs of major semiconductor manufacturers, universities, research consortiums, and others whose research has
Rambus Inc. (RMBS) reported that it has signed a comprehensive 10-year license agreement with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., which provides Samsung with access to RMBS’ innovative technologies for inclusion in Samsung ICs.
California India Bangalore Pratul Shroff , Founder & CEO of eInfochips was humbled by the recognition...The award embodies the talent, expertise and drive of hundreds of eInfochips engineers." The award is instituted by Silicon India and Mentor
O Tom Caufield , Soraa's chief operating officer, ran things until Parker was hired...New CEO Parker worked previously at Rambus, where he focused on lighting and display technology. Rambus picked him up when it bought Global Lighting Technologies, a
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Dr. David Stork, Distinguished Research Scientist at Rambus, will deliver the plenary keynote at SENSORCOMM 2013. In his keynote speech, Dr. Stork will discuss Rambus' findings on ultra-miniature lensless CMOS computational imagers and sensors.
Rambus showed a 6% gain on the top line with $66.9 million for the first quarter, but this came in below the $67.8 million analysts sought. A $0.09 loss per share was $0.05 worse than the consensus estimate. It didn't help that Rambus executives
Will Micron help investors remember the good times this quarter? Over the past few months, analysts have gotten a lot more worried about Micron. They've nearly doubled their loss estimate for the just-ended quarter, and widened their consensus for
running through 2018, following a settlement the two reached in the long-running lawsuit against the semiconductor specialist. The agreement allows LSI to include Rambus' patented innovations in all its products. While Rambus said the terms of the
Sunnyvale-based Rambus is a semiconductor technology company...Rambus sued LSI and a number of other companies, including Broadcom and Freescale, in late 2010 over some of its patents. Broadcom settled its dispute with Rambus in late 2011. share this