This might sound healthy, but it is all a far cry from the impressive market share Rambus expected to have several years ago. At launch, the memory was expected to be the de-facto replacement for SDRAM memory for PCs, and the company believed in 2000 to be able to climb to a 90 percent market share. This was later reduced to 22 percent in 2001, and these days the market share is in low, single digits.
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