Intel chief executive Craig Barrett has admitted he has a contingency plan if Direct Rambus memory fails to deliver on time.
Speaking in London at the Dow Jones chief executive forum yesterday, Barrett said that his company would be "foolish" if it did not have a contingency plan.
"We're committed to support Rambus Dram but ultimately these solutions have to be price and performance based," he said.
He admitted that Intel's investment in both Samsung and Micron was because of its commitment to Direct Rambus.
But, he said, much depended on the memory companies ability to execute on Rambus.
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