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What is DRAM?
Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is a type of random access memory that stores each bit of data in a separate capacitor within an IC. Since real capacitors leak charge, the information eventually fades unless the capacitor charge is refreshed periodically. Because of this refresh requirement, it is a dynamic memory as opposed to SRAM and other static memory. And unlike non-volatile firmware chips, both DRAM and SRAM lose their content when the power is turned off.
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2003-07-21 Toshiba launches SD card-based DRM system
Toshiba has announced that they have developed a DRM system that supports safe, secure distribution of digital book content.
2005-09-06 TI, RadioScape speed up DRM receiver development
On the heels of their June announcement of the availability of chips and modules for the Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) standard, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and RadioScape have announced that multiple companies attending IFA in Berlin demonstrated product prototypes developed around TI's DRM350 digital baseband and RadioScape's RS500 module.
2005-06-13 TI, RadioScape release DRM standard-supporting products
Based on Texas Instruments' DRM300 and DRM350 chips, RadioScape's modules will support FM-RDS and AM in software
2006-09-05 ST, Kenwood, Faunhofer IIS demonstrate prototype DRM receiver
STMicroelectronics, in cooperation with Kenwood and the Fraunhofer IIS, presented a fully working prototype of a Digital Radio Mondiale receiver that would pave the way to the development of a low-power ASIC for DRM applications.
2004-11-02 RSA Security unveils DRM solution for mobile devices
RSA Security announced a standards-based security solution for DRM that provides a security infrastructure for both consumer-device manufacturers and service providers.
2005-08-01 Removable media, DRM design challenges
Mobile-content business models are challenged by the limited on-board memory in handsets and concerns over rights management.
2007-03-29 Real-time clock module enables effective DRM
Epson Toyocom has announced plans to launch volume production of a new, ultracompact real-time clock module with a built-in ID-ROM for effective digital rights management (DRM).
2005-09-06 Philips offers simple upgrade path to DRM-enabled sets
Philips announced that they are bringing Digital Radio Mondiale to the connected consumer with a dedicated coprocessor for decoding DRM signals in car entertainment systems.
2007-01-31 Non-volatile memory suits security, DRM apps
Virage Logic's next-gen embedded non-volatile memory called NOVeA provides a multiprogrammable embedded memory that the company says is key in applications requiring sophisticated security and DRM capabilities.
2007-08-27 DRM functions secure programmable connectivity platforms
QuickLogic's patented silicon fabrication technology make digital rights management (DRM) solutions effectively "reverse engineering proof."
2008-04-18 DRM debate spins more buzz
The battle over DRM resumed at ESC when a Hollywood studio proponent of DRM went head-to-head with an attorney who demanded unfettered consumer rights to use and share copyrighted video.
2006-12-18 DRM creates content flexibility in home nets
DRM has been described as 'technology systems facilitating the trusted and dynamic management of rights in any kind of digital information, throughout its life cycle, irrespective of how and where the digital information is distributed.'
2006-10-02 DRM challenges inhibit digital media opportunities
The lack of DRM interoperability is becoming a major issue as digital media markets grow. DRM and CA are important technologies in today's digital content markets, representing a barrier to digital content markets, a competitive weapon and a direct market opportunity.
2007-06-14 DLNA seeks open standard for DRM interoperability
The Digital Living Network Alliance will release a request for proposals for digital rights management interoperability to have an open standard to allow various DRM products to work together.
2007-12-05 ContentGuard, Sharp sign global DRM licensing deal
Sharp has entered into a global patent licensing agreement with DRM technology developer ContentGuard.
2008-01-10 Central role awaits DRM in future TV
Whether for putting Internet TV content onto TV, or putting TV content on the Internet, DRM issues are central to how the future will unfold.
2005-02-16 ARM takes hardware view of DRM
Software-based attempts at digital rights security have proved quick failures, engineers say.
2013-09-10 TSMC certifies Synopsis' design solution for 16nm FinFETs
Synopsys' Laker custom design solution provides users with access to a wide range of TSMC process technologies, from 180nm to 16nm.
2002-12-04 SCM Micro supports SmartRight initiative
SCM Microsystems has joined the SmartRight initiative.
2007-01-01 Multimedia ICs target China's PMP market
In a bid to woo PMP manufacturers in China, Vimicro Corp. has launched a line of multimedia chips complete with reference designs and software.
2005-11-16 Microsoft TV gains IC support
2015-01-26 Microbial programming underscores high market potential
Intel, Microsoft and Autodesk are playing catch-up to Microbial Robotics, which has perfected its ViruBots and BactoBots based on programming living organisms to perform humanitarian tasks.
2007-06-01 Guard intellectual property, your ultimate asset
Considered financial assets in today's business climate, secrets and IP are recognized by corporations and shareholders as long-term assets. Threats to IP such as knowledge seepage, forgery, patent infringement and license violation create a real concern. Thus, it pays to protect assets by guarding IP.
2006-02-16 Getting the boxes to interplay
Beneath the flashy veneer of electronics lies a tangled mass of interoperability problems and related concerns.
2005-08-01 Fit handsets with the right mem architecture
With 3G handsets already impacting the market, yesterday's storage subsystems don't fit the bill.
2007-02-16 Digital content issues still unresolved
The many players in today's CE industry share a vision of digital entertainment content flowing easily across all manner of networked products.
2006-06-15 Consortium defines service for sharing digital content
The Coral Consortium's white paper describes a service that lets users share content in DRM systems.
2005-05-05 Atmel, KETI expand cooperation on digital broadcast standards
Atmel and the Korea Electronics Technology Institute have signed a letter of interest planning to further cooperate on digital broadcasting standards such as DAB, DMB and DRM.
2008-01-11 Tuner handles global AM/FM frequencies
Designed to improve car-radio reception, Atmel's ATR4262 broadcast radio front-end IC is compatible with the major radio standards, including HD Radio, DRM and AM/FM.
2005-02-03 TI, RadioScape to provide tech for Digital Radio Mondiale
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) is working with RadioScape to develop hardware and software to support Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM).
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