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Exec Tech Talk: A Glimpse at the Future of NAND Flash

The Future of NAND Flash

My last few posts have looked at how we’re solidly driving—not spinning (pun intended)—the Storage business here at Micron. We have an amazing team of storage visionaries and flash experts, we have the world’s best flash storage technology, and our future is bright. This enthusiasm extends beyond our Storage Business Unit; I had the opportunity to interview...

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Darren Thomas
June 01, 2015

Experiences in the Home Lab With Micron P420m PCIe SSD, Part 2

Hello again, and greetings from my home lab, where I’ve had the pleasure of running Micron’s P420m PCIe solid state drive (SSD). In my last post, I described my initial experiences—through installation, setup, and monitoring—of the SSD in a VMware 6.0 ESXi environment.

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Rob Peglar
June 02, 2015
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Is Parallel NOR Flash Too Fast?

New Internet of Things (IoT) applications, wearable electronic devices, and industrial market segments are driving an in...

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Micron Foundation Donates $100K to Boys & Girls Clubs

The Micron Foundation is proud to announce a $100,000 gift to The Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, to support the addit...

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Micron’s Small Form Factor Memory Enabling New Wearable Product Categories

Wearable devices, which first burst onto the market as fitness monitors and first-generation smart watches, have seen serious innovation in the last couple of years. This exciting new category of consumer electronics now includes wearable cameras, smart glasses, smart apparel, and smart accessories.

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Experiences in the Home Lab With Micron P420m PCIe SSD, Part 3

Greetings once again from the homelab! In my last blog post, I described my findings running 4KB I/Os using the Micron P420M PCI-E SSD. Now, I’d like to summarize what I’ve found with 32KB I/O – a much more realistic blocksize, and do a bit of comparison as well.

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Connected Cars: Micron Enabling Vehicle Safety and Entertainment

The Internet of Things (IoT) has created new requirements for memory in space- and resource-constrained applications that are adding connectivity where little to none existed before. In particular, the advent of the IoT is driving the use of multichip package (MCP) memory solutions in vertical markets like automotive.

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Resistance is Futile: Terraforming the Data Center

The greatest threat ever to Starfleet was the BORG, a collective that adapted and evolved using technology that wasn’t their own. Through this process, the BORG became a “super villain” in the world of Star Trek. So why does it matter? So why does it matter? In my last blog post, I talked about reaching for the clouds in 2015. I thought I would continue down that path...

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Join Us Online to Explore Big Data, Advanced Storage & Other Fun Stuff!

The saying goes: To understand where you are going, you have to know where you have been. The same holds true for data processing.
Big data is fundamentally different, and with accelerating processing speeds—thanks to in-memory computing and super-fast storage—the possibilities seem endless. Join us for...

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Funding Business Startups and Science Lessons: Micron Supports Idaho

Micron is bolstering its community support in Idaho through three ongoing efforts. The first is a recent $250,000 donation from Micron to the Trailhead nonprofit providing office space to Treasure Valley startups. The next two involve the Micron Foundation hosting its 15th annual Chip Camp and funding a local science exhibit set to open in June.

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Innovating Globally and Enabling Locally: Meet Us at Upcoming Industry Events

Before a new technology ever makes it into a keynote address or a trade show booth, it starts out as a conversation in a meeting with our valued customers, talking through an idea or solution to a problem.

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Experiences in the Home Lab With Micron P420m PCIe SSD, Part 2

Hello again, and greetings from my home lab, where I’ve had the pleasure of running Micron’s P420m PCIe solid state drive (SSD). In my last post, I described my initial experiences—through installation, setup, and monitoring—of the SSD in a VMware 6.0 ESXi environment.

Read more

Exec Tech Talk: A Glimpse at the Future of NAND Flash

My last few posts have looked at how we’re solidly driving—not spinning (pun intended)—the Storage business here at Micron. We have an amazing team of storage visionaries and flash experts, we have the world’s best flash storage technology, and our future is bright. This enthusiasm extends beyond our Storage Business Unit; I had the opportunity to interview...

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It’s Time for Flash

IBM recently announced two new all-flash enterprise storage solutions: the IBM FlashSystem V9000 and the IBM FlashSystem 900. Micron was invited to participate in a worldwide series of IBM events called “Flash realized: It’s about time,” which introduced their...

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Is Parallel NOR Flash Too Fast?

New Internet of Things (IoT) applications, wearable electronic devices, and industrial market segments are driving an increased interest in Parallel NOR Flash due to its nonvolatile, high density, established ecosystem, and proven reliability, and fast speed.

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Micron’s Rob Peglar, VP of Advanced Storage, Joins SNIA Board

Micron’s VP of Advanced Storage, Rob Peglar, was recently appointed to the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) Board of Directors. I had the chance to talk with him about his appointment to learn a bit more about SNIA, its charter, and why this is such an important organization for Micron.

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