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Rambus Inc. Message Board

  • jerseycrooner3 jerseycrooner3 Sep 24, 2011 3:37 PM Flag

    INTEL DECIDED RMBS TECHNOLOGY INADEQUATE

    It was INTEL that decided RMBS technology should not be the standard; not MU and HYNIX. Micron and HYNIX did make macho anti-RMBS negative statements in emails but who hasn't ever bad mouth a competitor. INTEL decided teh fate on fail;ed RMBS; not Micron and Hynix.

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    • Why don;t the RAMBUTS see this. Did they not understand what was said as fact and submitted into evidence by INTEL.

      Rambus could not find one Intel witness to come to trial to support their claim. RMBS suppose partner in the wonderful rdram, did not have one witness to support Rambus, but yet they tell you it was everyones elses fault for Ddram failure.

      What a bunch of lemmings..

    • Rambus was not a competitor of Hynix or Micron. Had RDRAM taken off it would have just been a minimum 2% adder to the end user. Rambus and their royalties were no threat whatsoever to any of the MM's.

      (Don't give me the foundry BS, they're all foundries now and always have been)

    • gregory.lynn@rocketmail.com gregory.lynn Sep 24, 2011 5:04 PM Flag

      They had no choice, they had to cut the cord or Rqmbust was going to drag them down with them with their guillotine contract.

      Latency killed RDRAM and Rambust knew this was going to happen, so they went with plan B, sue everybody, but not until all evidence that proved they knew it was destroyed!

      Can't collect billions if people know you failed on your own!!!

 
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