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Windows 10 and Your SSD

Local Disk Properties

Microsoft is preparing one of the biggest product launches in their history—the latest version of the most widespread operating system in the world: Windows 10. Probably the most talked about feature in the new OS is the return of the Start menu. While this is a very high-profile change and very welcome in many quarters, there are a lot of “under-the-hood” improvements that will also be welcomed.

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Jon Tanguy
July 27, 2015

Dean's List: ISC'15

Hello from ISC! The International Super Computing show is now in full swing here in Frankfurt, Germany. This is the first year ISC is being held in Frankfurt and my impression is very positive. Yesterday afternoon was the official opening of the show floor, which was followed by an opening reception in the evening.

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Dean Klein
July 23, 2015
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Micron Enables the Shrinking System with Freescale

The single chip module (SCM) solution spans across many applications that are looking to reduce physical size and comple...

Jim Cooke
July 21, 2015
NOR Flash

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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Windows 10 and Your SSD

Microsoft is preparing one of the biggest product launches in their history—the latest version of the most widespread operating system in the world: Windows 10. Probably the most talked about feature in the new OS is the return of the Start menu. While this is a very high-profile change and very welcome in many quarters, there are a lot of “under-the-hood” improvements that will also be welcomed.

Read more

Dean's List: ISC'15

Hello from ISC! The International Super Computing show is now in full swing here in Frankfurt, Germany. This is the first year ISC is being held in Frankfurt and my impression is very positive. Yesterday afternoon was the official opening of the show floor, which was followed by an opening reception in the evening.

Read more

Propelling Memory Needs by Supporting Next-Generation Autonomous Cars

Autonomous cars will save the U.S. economy roughly $642 billion dollars a year according to Forbes. With so much to gain from the self-driving car, manufacturers and automotive technology providers are working vehemently to meet the safety needs and entertainment wants of future car buyers looking to maximize their time and money with connected cars.

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Micron Enables the Shrinking System with Freescale

The single chip module (SCM) solution spans across many applications that are looking to reduce physical size and complexity. By using the SCM, most of the design work is done for you and it results in smaller products. The embedded business unit ecosystem team has been working with its partner, Freescale Semiconductor, on an innovative SCM packaging technology.

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Summer 2015 Storage Reading List

Summer at Micron’s Storage Software Design Center (SSDC) in Austin, Texas means 90 degrees is a cool day, shade is at a premium, and your best friend is the one with a lake house. That, and there are now only two months left until college football season.

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Hybrid Memory Cube - Take it Easy

You can always spot the early adopters of new technologies; like pioneers, they’re the ones with the arrows in their backs. But like the pioneers, they brave technology’s new frontiers for the very same reasons—tremendous opportunity and huge competitive advantage. And also like the pioneers of old, they make the new territory safe for the rest of us by wringing out the technology...

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HMC Grows Up - and Out

As the hybrid memory cube architecture matures and the enabling ecosystem develops, it follows that the form factors incorporating HMC will proliferate—and they have, thanks to the development efforts of innovative organizations like Pico Computing.

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The Trouble With Tribbles: Data Center Growth and Controlling the Population

In my last blog I made some references to the BORG as it related to data center development. This time around, in keeping with my Trekkie theme, I thought I would look at the furrier side of things.
Data centers continue to grow and, if left to their own devices, will overtake space that should be used for other resourcing (for example, taking a corn field and pouring concrete for servers).

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Build Smaller, Faster, More Efficient Clusters with Micron P420m PCIe SSD

If you work in any aspect of the enterprise storage market, it should come as no surprise when you hear about how much faster solid state drives (SSDs) are compared to even the highest-performance enterprise hard disk drive (HDD) arrays, or about how SSDs provide much quicker application response times. Depending on what you hear...

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Join Us Online to Discover the Evolution of the Data Center SSD

There’s no denying it. The data center/cloud market is breaking into segments differentiated by specific demands for endurance, performance, and competitive price.
Join us for our new storage webinar called Moving Beyond Client-Class Storage: The Evolution of the Data Center SSD...

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Governor Selects Micron Foundation Executive Director for STEM Action Center Board

Idaho Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter announced Micron Foundation Executive Director Dee Mooney as one of eight appointed board members for the newly formed STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Action Center.

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Understanding Effective Workloads

In April 2015 Steve Moyer, Vice President of Storage Software Engineering for Micron, announced the establishment of Micron’s new Storage Software Design Center (SSDC) in Austin, Texas. With the goal of accelerating real-world business applications for Micron enterprise-class SSDs, the focus is on more deeply characterizing workloads so that design engineering teams can develop firmware...

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