Ondanks voortdurende problemen zien analysten nog steeds toekomst in Rambus, zo bericht The Register:
He [analist van Dataquest Europa] said that technologies such as DDR, a souped up version of PC100/PC133 memories, were likely to disappear. "DDR is really just an interim measure on the way to Rambus," he said. "It's not as scaleable."
The interim technologies were likely to appear and disappear. His view is that over the next three quarters the market is likely to see Rambus memory technology start to appear in some volumes.
"Sooner or later, Rambus will win out," he said. And he expects it to become the mainstream technology by the end of next year.