Thursday, February 28, 2013


Many things seem to be happening at Rambus, a company that is mostly known for fabricating memory chips. First we heard of Patrick Gill joining (and seeking some intern this summer). Then a reader pointed me to this earlier announcement ( Rambus to Present at the Computational Sensing and Imaging Conference) that seems to be in line with their earlier hiring of David Stork and the new announcement of their Binary Pixel Imager Technology. Those signals have been picked up by some investors. It's always about the CMOS baby!

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