Rambus Partners with Intel Foundry Services to Support Advanced SoC Development

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As an industry-leading supplier of chips and semiconductor IP dedicated to making data transmission faster and more secure, Rambus Inc., announced today that it has joined the Intel Foundry Services (IFS) Accelerator IP Alliance . The move will give Rambus access to Intel’s process roadmap to deliver advanced security and interface IP solutions optimized for performance, power, area and security for Intel process and packaging technologies. With Rambus IP in the IFS Alliance, customers can design extremely advanced SoCs for data center, edge, 5G, automotive and military aerospace applications.

Suk Lee, Vice President, Ecosystem Development Business, IFS, said: ” As part of our IDM 2.0 strategy, IFS is collaborating with leading IP companies such as Rambus to create a robust chip design ecosystem that will help our mutual customers design the most The application provides leading semiconductor performance. As the first open system foundry, we will rely on advanced process and packaging technology, flexible supply chain, combined with Rambus IP, to lead our solutions to promote the development of the digital world.”

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Rambus is committed to delivering some of the world’s leading performance memory and interconnect interface IP as well as the industry’s broadest portfolio of security IP solutions. Rambus’ security IP and provisioning solutions secure billions of devices each year.

Fan Xianzhi, chief operating officer of Rambus, said: ” As a leading and well-known IP solution provider, Rambus serves customers in a wide range of markets such as fast-growing data centers and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) applications. We are very honored to join Intel Foundry Services Accelerator IP Alliance and look forward to providing our mutual customers with the IP needed to build state-of-the-art SoCs.”

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