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Thursday30 June 2022

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The company Rambus has shown off a new memory architecture called R+ LPDDR3, designed specifically for mobile devices. The technology is compatible with the standards of the DFI 3.1 and JEDEC LPDDR3, and offers up to 25 percent lower power consumption and higher performance than the previous LPDDR3.

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We have written several articles on Apple and their abuse of the patent system including a recent patent that is really nothing more than an attempt to undermine all competition for both the smart phone and any operating system that utilizes OpenCL. Both of these patents (one that has attempted to patent the list and the other on the methods used to implement OpenCL) are exceptionally harmful to the consumer and the market. In the case of the OpenCL patent we find it very odd that they would patent something they submitted to Kronos as an open standard and now patent it. They are doing exactly what they claim Motorola and Samsung are doing with their standards essentials patents.

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73One of the all-time largest patent trolls RAMBUS (yes even bigger than apple) has finally settled a long running battle with nVidia and signed a licensing agreement with the GPU and SoC manufacturer. RAMBUS is famous for its underhanded dealings in the mid-90s when the company filed patents on technology that was being openly discussed at JDEC conferences.  RAMBUS then turned around and sued other members of the organization for violating their patent rights. The resulting legal battle made the Samsung Vs. Apple dispute look like a fight over the TV remote.

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