can't be bought that would screw the samsung deal.
B. they shipping that buffer now, as the ddr4 lrdimm market grows they will be shipping more. simple as that. what he said and you are misreading, is as the capacity grows they will seek newer suppliers, since these would be newer rd devices this should give them the ability to "attach" DB to those sales.
not to sure it be that fast, they would have to divest all those hedges they have first. look for that then maybe a nice pop then drop.
sunshine read it again. "The signal timing in the distributed buffer architecture"
there is no signal timing, so how can they be using it in ddr4???
" I had to point it out to you again that they talked about their distributed buffer architecture being adopted by DDR4 LRDIMMs."
they never claim the buffer architecture as you just said, they claim the signal timing, which there is none.
this is where you are failing to read.
told you idiot they have sold around 35-40 million to date, and maybe sell another 20 mil next year. then add in the patents weight, you not looking at very much.
you are so stupid yankee loser ...
you are correct fact is they for sure do not have any IP in the RD or they be suing everyone since this is the standard chip across all ddr4 platforms (not to mention they can't even make one themselves) , the buffer holds zero patents. nobody has one on it, you can't as it is just a line buffer controlled by the cpu.
end of story.
fact. you have no clue to wy you bought this but sure post a lot of #$%$ to try and get your money back.
ahahahaahahahahaha gonna be ugly am i think.
it for sure isn;t the RD as they had to buy intels for their nvdimm
it for sure isn't a simple line buffer.
it can't be how the cpu controls the simple buffer.
so just what the hell do you idiots think they have a patent on?
sunshine there is no "signal timing" in ddr4 lrdimms so how can they hold a patent for it?
the ID "buffer on da bottom" had signal timing to show two ranks, the MB everyone is making has no ranks, it holds a single signal that is it, it is a simple buffer hence why it can be used with any and all ddr4 rd.
the cpu trains the MB to send signals it is completely run by the cpu, so they can sue intel i guess for going around the ID. but good luck with that.
why do you pretend to know what you are talking about when i have shown you this a dozen times?