Rambus dynamic random-access memory

Rambus dynamic random-access memory

[¦ram‚bəs dī¦nam·ik ‚ran·dəm ′ak‚ses ‚mem·rē]
(computer science)
High-performance memory that can transfer data at rates of 800 megahertz and higher. Abbreviated RDRAM.
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According to Hoover's, Rambus (NASDAQ:RMBS) licenses an innovative computer memory design -- called Rambus dynamic random-access memory, or RDRAM -- that speeds the exchange of signals between a computer's memory and logic chips.