back to article Rambus drops $35m for Unity Semiconductor

Rambus is spending $35m (£22.13m) in cash to buy Unity Semiconductor and get into the post-NAND memory business. Unity is involved with CMOX resistive RAM technology, said to combine DRAM speed and NAND non-volatility. It hopes to produce a 1 terabit chip by 2014. Unity's people will be joining Rambus, putting an end to any …

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  1. Pypes
    Big Brother

    Will they actually be making any?

    or have they just dropped $35M on patents because their existing portfolio has had some rather large holes poked in it recently.

    There really needs to be some sort of limitations on damages to non-practicing entities.

  2. C-N
    Pirate

    Oh boy!

    I can't wait to see what they invent next!

  3. borkbork
    Trollface

    are you sure the market needs ...

    ...greater cost/GB. Personally, I'd rather it was lower cost/GB, but I guess we are talking about Rambus here...

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