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Going Beyond The Requirements Of A Root Of Trust For Measurement With The Silicon-Proven RT-660 Root of Trust


The continuously evolving technology landscape and security requirements for systems present many challenges for device and silicon manufacturers. Nowhere is this truer than in data centers. Rambus has long recognized the need for security designs in data centers, and the Caliptra initiative discussed in this whitepaper is a welcome step towards a widespread adoption of Root of Trust designs i... » read more

Rambus RT-640 Road To ISO26262 Certification


Modern vehicles incorporate an increasing number of complex integrated circuits. Failures in automotive systems can lead to damage to property, injury or loss of life. Ensuring the reliability of electronic systems is crucial, and the ISO26262 standard documents the requirements for determining automotive functional safety. This whitepaper details the process for how Rambus achieved t... » read more

Rambus RT-640 Road To ISO 26262 Certification


Modern vehicles incorporate an increasing number of complex integrated circuits. Failures in automotive systems can lead to damage to property, injury or loss of life. Ensuring the reliability of electronic systems is crucial, and the ISO26262 standard documents the requirements for determining automotive functional safety. This white paper details the process for how Rambus achieved the ISO262... » read more

Compute Express Link (CXL): All You Need To Know


An in-depth look at Compute Express Link  (CXL) 2.0, an open standard cache-coherent interconnect between processors and accelerators, smart NICs, and memory devices. We explore how CXL is helping data centers more efficiently handle the yottabytes of data generated by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications. We discuss how CXL technology maintains memory c... » read more

Post Quantum Cryptography Is Coming


Quantum computing has made big advances in recent years and experts agree that quantum computers capable of breaking 2048-bit RSA or 256-bit ECC will be built — it’s just a matter of time. In this white paper, we discuss the security algorithms NIST has selected for Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) and their instantiation in Rambus security products. Download this white paper to learn: ... » read more

Navigating The Intersection Of Safety And Security


Vehicle systems and the semiconductors used within them are some of the most complex electronics seen today. In the past, electronics going into vehicle systems implemented flat architectures with isolated functions controlling various components of the power train and vehicle dynamics. However, to support the realization of Level 4 and Level 5 (L4/L5) autonomous driving, a massive restructure ... » read more

Preventing A $500 Attack Destroying Your IoT Devices


Internet of Things (IoT) smart devices numbering in the billions and connected via the internet are increasingly vital to society and the global economy. However, the very “connectedness” that makes IoT devices so valuable can be turned to an enormous liability if these devices are left unprotected from security-related threats. This paper explores the threat environment faced by, and the c... » read more

Revolution In Embedded Security


The growth of computing, graphics, neural processing power, communication bandwidth, and storage capacities have enabled amazing solutions. These innovations have created great value for society, and that value must be protected from exploitation by adversaries. This whitepaper explores many of these major technology changes and how Rambus’ security offerings help in tackling the new embedded... » read more

PCIE 6.0 Vs 5.0 — All You Need To Know


While the PCI-SIG has announced that the release of the PCI Express® 6.0 (PCIe 6.0) specification should arrive in 2022, Rambus is already addressing the needs of early adopters looking for the most advanced PCIe 6.0 IP solutions for their SoC and ASIC designs. You can find all about the new generation specification in the article below. Click here to read more. Article or... » read more

Data Center Evolution: The Leap To 64 GT/s Signaling With PCI Express 6.0


The PCI Express (PCIe) interface is the critical backbone that moves data at high bandwidth and low latency between various compute nodes such as CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and workload-specific accelerators. With the torrid rise in bandwidth demands of advanced workloads such as AI/ML training, PCIe 6.0 jumps signaling to 64 GT/s with some of the biggest changes yet in the standard. Download this w... » read more

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