With Intel stepping on the gas to put the fast serial Express interconnect in a broad range of desktops, notebooks and servers next year, Rambus spotted an opportunity to leverage its core design and consulting expertise, said Jean-Marc Patenaude, marketing director of the logic interface division at Rambus (Los Altos, Calif.).
"The average PCI design is still at 66 MHz, and now they are being asked to move to 2.5 Gbits/second, so I just smell danger," he said.
Let's wait and see......
ALi buys Rambus technology for PCI-express
Posted on Tuesday, July 29 2003 @ 9:35 CEST by Lordrazer