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The Death of the SSD

mSATA SSD

Now that I’ve got your attention, “the death of the SSD” can be explained in two different ways. The first, and least important, is the fact that the term SSD or solid state drive should never have been used and adopted. Drive? What drive? The term itself is an oxymoron. Solid state by definition: designating or pertaining to electronic devices, as transistors or crystals, that can control current without the use of...

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Ed Doller
December, 18 2014

Doug’s IT Tech Tip: P420m SSD Is a Wise Investment for Your Virtualized Environment

There’s a ton of buzz (and a touch of hype) around solid state drives (SSDs) enabling virtualized environment success. Is any of it true? How can you be sure? In general, the promise of virtualized environments reads like...

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Doug Rollins
December, 16 2014
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Micron Nominated for 2014 Global Semiconductor Alliance Award

Today the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) announced its 2014 award nominees, and Micron Technology has been nominate...

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Automata Processor Named Best Digital Technology of 2014

The results are in! Micron’s Automata Processor has been presented with Electronic Design’s Best of 2014 Digital Technol...

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November, 17 2014

Recent Posts

Scaling Up for 3D Challenges

At Micron, we’re always excited by the rise of a new 3D semiconductor architecture. So much so that on December 11, I gave an overview and outlook of 3D memory solutions to a full house at the 11th annual 3D Architectures for Semiconductor Integration and Packing (3D ASIP) event—during San Francisco’s strongest winter storm in five years! Not even this mega storm could stop us from discussing the challenges that are slowing Moore’s law.

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December, 22 2014

The Death of the SSD

Now that I’ve got your attention, “the death of the SSD” can be explained in two different ways. The first, and least important, is the fact that the term SSD or solid state drive should never have been used and adopted. Drive? What drive? The term itself is an oxymoron. Solid state by definition: designating or pertaining to electronic devices, as transistors or crystals, that can control current without the use of...

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Ed Doller
December, 18 2014

Doug’s IT Tech Tip: P420m SSD Is a Wise Investment for Your Virtualized Environment

There’s a ton of buzz (and a touch of hype) around solid state drives (SSDs) enabling virtualized environment success. Is any of it true? How can you be sure? In general, the promise of virtualized environments reads like...

Read more
Doug Rollins
December, 16 2014

The Workloads, They Are a-Changin’

Do you remember what “workload” meant back in the day? It was work assigned to us, often via printed request forms stacked in a physical inbox on our desks. Boy, have times changed! For most of us today, our workloads don’t develop in the form of paper requests—but through email and digital request forms. And we humans are not the only ones with workloads. Keeping true to 21st century prophecies, our machines have huge, critical workloads too.

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December, 11 2014

Steve Silberstein Spotlighted by NOVA SySTEMic Solutions

In nearly every community where our team members live and work, Micron actively supports programs and initiatives that help students gain a deeper understanding of the role science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) plays in everyday life and how it can be part of their future. In Virginia, a key community partner is NOVA SySTEMic Solutions, which recently profiled Steve Silberstein, our site director in Virginia.

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Breakout Star in SilverDraft’s Movie-Making Supercomputer

Micron’s customers use our technology and products to solve hard and interesting problems, spanning an incredible range of industries. Some of these are in front of us every day, while others are more behind the scenes. SilverDraft is both, as evidenced in our latest blockbuster case study. So, let’s go to the movies...

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Join Us at Arrow IoT Immersions

The Internet of Things (or IoT) is probably the hottest trend since the communications convergence at the turn of the new millennium.
One of our global distributors, Arrow, is hosting a series of conferences that bring together all the possible components of the IoT lifecycle so someone developing IoT systems can get the full story.

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December, 08 2014

Calling All Builders

Now, I know there are more than a few of you (with kids, hopefully) who will read the headline of this post and hope that I am not going to start talking about LEGO parts of recent movies. Rest assured I am not going down that path. What I’ve been doing a lot of lately is recruiting the best and the brightest for the Storage Business Unit (SBU) here at Micron.

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December, 03 2014
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December, 02 2014

Thankful for Change, Opportunity, and Teamwork

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I wanted to write my inaugural post about what I’m most thankful for here at Micron. Micron Storage Business Unit (SBU) and I are just nine months old (that’s right—we were introduced in March 2014). That seems like a short period of time until you reflect on all that we’ve accomplished.

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November, 25 2014

Doug’s IT Tech Tip: Don’t Settle for “Up To” Performance in Enterprise SSDs

I’m usually pretty easy-going. I don’t get excited too easily (well—maybe a huge sale on new SSDs, a double discount on DRAM, or free rail kits with a new server purchase would do it—but aside from that, I stay pretty calm and collected).

So what’s got me wound up enough to write this blog?

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Doug Rollins
November, 20 2014

Automata Processor Named Best Digital Technology of 2014

The results are in! Micron’s Automata Processor has been presented with Electronic Design’s Best of 2014 Digital Technology Award. Electronic Design staff editors select winners based on the preeminent technologies, innovations, products, and standards revealed in the past 12 months.

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November, 17 2014

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