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July 24, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:17pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Rambus Inc, the Mountain View, California company that believes it will define the next generation of computer memory chips with it high-speed memory interface technology, has announced that both Micron Electronics Inc and Gateway 2000 Inc are shipping products that integrate the technology. Gateway is using the technology as part of the standard DVD subsystem in its Destination PCs and Micron is using it as part of its standard PC multimedia subsystem in its Millenia line. Rambus claims that its offering accelerates the graphics-handling capability of PCs by up to four times current speeds.

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