Series 9 – Episode 6 – The security challenges of autonomous vehicles
Paige West talks with Neeraj Paliwal, GM of Security IP at Rambus about autonomous vehicles and security.
Can chiplets maintain the momentum of IC design?
When Rambus was founded 30 years ago, RAM cost $98 per megabyte, and the latest Intel processor, the 80486, had 1.2 million transistors and was fabricated on a 1µm process. In comparison, in September 2020, RAM cost $0.0028 per megabyte, and the latest Nvidia A100 AI processor has 54 billion transistors and is fabricated on a 7nm process. Gary Bronner, Senior Vice President of Rambus Labs, explains more.
IPsec Packet Engine secures 5G networking at 10Gbps
Rambus has announced the availability of a high-performance IPsec Packet Engine with integrated DPDK and companion key negotiation toolkit capable of securing 5G network traffic at data rates from one to 10Gbps. A complete IPsec solution, the packet engine can be easily integrated into SoCs for a broad range of 5G devices from base stations and cloud, to gateways and end devices.
Rambus advances HBM2E performance to 4.0 Gbps
Rambus has announced it has achieved a 4Gbps performance with the Rambus HBM2E memory interface solution consisting of a fully-integrated PHY and controller. Paired with the industry’s fastest HBM2E DRAM from SK hynix operating at 3.6 Gbps, the solution can deliver 460 GB/s of bandwidth from a single HBM2E device.
What changes in DDR4 vs DDR5 DIMMs?
The top six most significant specification advances made in the transition from DDR4 to DDR5 DIMMs are shown in Table 1 below.
What are the DDR5 design challenges?
Changes in DDR5 have introduced a number of design considerations dealing with higher speeds and lower voltages – raising a new round of signal integrity challenges. Designers will need to ensure that motherboards and DIMMs can handle the higher signal speeds. When performing system-level simulations, signal integrity at all DRAM locations need to be checked.
Rambus Delivers 112G XSR/USR PHY for chiplets
Rambus has expanded its portfolio of high-speed interface IP on TSMC’s 7nm process with the addition of its silicon-demonstrated 112G XSR/USR PHY. Offering unmatched power and area efficiency for next-generation applications, the 112G XSR/USR PHY is a critical enabler of chiplet and CPO architectures for data centre, networking, 5G, HPC and AI/ML applications.
Rambus CryptoManager for enhanced security
Rambus has announced the CryptoManager Root of Trust RT-640 and RT-645 cores have been certified ASIL-B and ASIL-D ready, respectively. These automotive-grade secure co-processor IP safeguards SoCs in V2X communications, ADAS, ECU platform management, infotainment and other critical vehicle systems.
Pushing the envelope for ADAS with advanced memory technologies
Driver assistance systems such as cruise control are now part of the standard specification in a modern vehicle. ADAS Level-2 (L2), partial automation, and the first Level-3 (L3) conditional automation systems are in the market, but the journey to full automation still has some years to go. Here, Frank Ferro, Senior Director of Product Marketing for IP cores at Rambus explains.
800G MACsec solution for 5G infrastructure security
Rambus has announced its 800G MACsec (Media Access Control security) solution for next-generation networking infrastructure. The 800G MACsec solution delivers hardware-based, point-to-point security for 800 Gigabit Ethernet links and is a critical element of end-to-end network security.
Complete interface solution for HBM2E memory launched
Rambus has announced a comprehensive interface solution for HBM2E memory consisting of co-verified PHY and memory controller. Operating at a top speed of 3.2 Gbps over a 1024-bit wide interface, the interface can deliver 410 GB/s of bandwidth with a single HBM2E DRAM stack.
Memory subsystem solution for next-generation AI training chip
Rambus has announced that Enflame (Suiyuan) Technology has selected Rambus HBM2 PHY and Memory Controller IP for its next-generation AI training chip. Rambus memory interface IP enables the development of high-performance, next-generation hardware for leading-edge AI applications.
Portfolio of advanced memory and SerDes PHYs on TSMC N7 process
Rambus has announced a broad portfolio of high-speed memory and SerDes PHYs for next-generation applications on TSMC’s industry-leading N7 process technology. Rambus offers GDDR6, HBM2 and 112G LR PHY IP available for licensing, these solutions enable demanding applications for data centre, networking, wireless 5G, HPC, ADAS, AI and ML.
Advancing AI with faster memory systems
Steven Woo of Rambus explains some of the challenges to closing the AI memory gap. Over the last 15 years the use of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques has boomed. We now carry AI assistants in our pockets, trust algorithms to provide image recognition in autonomous vehicles and use machine learning to predict the spread of disease. The development of these modern AI applications has only come about because of advances in AI algorithms,...
Leading-edge 7nm process node for PPA
Rambus has announced the tapeout of its 112G XSR SerDes PHY on a 7nm process node optimised for PPA. As the industry continues to adopt chiplet architectures for networking and compute applications, the Rambus 112G XSR SerDes PHY represents the latest advancement in high-speed signalling technology for die-to-die (D2D) and die-to-optical engine (D2OE) connections.
Securing systems: Four top tips for design engineers
Scott Best, Technical Director of Anti-Counterfeiting Products, Rambus, explains the role of cryptographic ICs. As system counterfeiting attacks continue to send shockwaves across industries, design engineers are evaluating how best to deploy cryptographic authentication integrated circuits (ICs) to secure systems. While there is no shortage of options available, in reality many of these solutions provide very poor levels of additional secur...
Power efficiency for SoCs in data-intensive applications
The newest portfolio solution of 112G Long Reach (LR) SerDes PHY on a leading-edge 7nm process node for next-generation terabit switches, routers, optical transport networks (OTNs), and high-performance networking equipment, has been announced by Rambus.
GDDR6 PHY IP on seven nanometre process technology
The tapeout of its GDDR6 PHY on TSMCseven nanometre FinFET process technology has been announced by Rambus, and is available from Rambus for licensing today. Leveraging almost 30 years of high-speed interface design expertise and using advanced process technology, Rambus has successfully taped out a GDDR6 PHY IP on TSMC seven nanometre process technology.
Innovative technology acquisition to expand Flash memory offerings
The company dedicated to making data faster and safer, Rambus, has announced that it has acquired the assets of Diablo Technologies to broaden its portfolio in the hybrid DRAM and Flash memory markets. These patented innovations augment the existing Rambus NVDIMM portfolio and complement its high-bandwidth, low-power memory technologies.
CryptoManager platform selected for Authenta technology
Rambus has announced that Micron Technology has selected the Rambus CryptoManager Platform for Micron’s Authenta secure memory product line to enable a new level of protection for the Internet of Things (IoT) devices.