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Freescale Forum Attendees Score Free Micron TWRPI Modules

Jim Cooke   |   April 21, 2014   |   All Products

Earlier this month, I attended the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) at the Gaylord Conference Center in Dallas, TX. FTF is a unique networking and learning opportunity for embedded designers. Attendees gather in early April for Freescale president and CEO Gregg Lowe’s keynote address The “cherry on top” of this already information-rich conference came in the form of some pretty awesome &ldquo...

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Hacking Future Engineers

Micron Foundation   |   March 21, 2014   |   Our Communities

A new STEM-focused event in Boise is receiving a boost from Process Engineer Tristan Andreas, DRAM Designer and Senior Member Technical Staff Wen Li and the Micron Foundation. The inaugural Hackfort, a new component of the Treefort Music Fest, is bringing local technology talent together with three days of talks, panels, demos, presentations, product launches and workshops—including two Hardware Hack sessions led by Andreas on Saturday, March 22. The initial “Circuit-Bending” ...

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Lessons from Linley

Ryan Baxter   |   February 21, 2014   |   Events

Though I left Boise the morning of February 5 at 0-dark-hundred to catch a puddle-jumper down to SFO, my morning fatigue soon waned as I found myself standing under bright lights at a Hyatt Regency podium a little after 10 a.m. addressing a room full of engineers and system architects. This was my second appearance at the annual Linley Data Center Conference which was held in Santa Clara, CA February 5-6.  One of several conferences put on by the well-respected research group, this event co...

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Micron's Chief Technologist Featured in EDN's Profiles in Design Series

Susan Platt   |   January 28, 2014   |   All Products

Last week, our very own Tom Pawlowski was featured in EDN's Profiles in Design series leading up to his keynote address at this year's DesignCon. If you're planning to attend DesignCon at the Santa Clara Convention Center (January 28–31), make a point to check out Tom's keynote presentation on emerging technologies. Tom is a fellow and chief technologist in Micron’s Architecture Development Group. He has participated in the creation or co-creation of numerous groundbreaking memory ar...

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Automata Processor: It’s Not Just About Speed and Power Consumption

Paul Dlugosch   |   December 19, 2013   |   All Products

At Supercomputing 13 (SC13), I participated in a discussion panel on the topic of reconfigurable computing.  One recurring theme expressed by the audience was disappointment that the industry is not moving more quickly toward exascale-class performance despite the fact that we have some very powerful CPUs, GPUs, and reconfigurable logic engaged in this effort.  Several panel members pointed to insufficient programmer productivity as the root of this problem.  In other words, ...

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A Look Back at SC13

Richard Murphy   |   December 13, 2013   |   All Products

I attended this year’s Supercomputing Conference (SC13) a few weeks ago and have finally had a chance to sift through all the news announcements, technical sessions, and meeting notes to provide you with a few highlights. Our very own Todd Farrell gave an overview of HMC technology to conference-goers while Micron and Fujitsu announced the integration of our HMC technology into a supercomputer! I think this is a game-changing system design, which will provide flatter, more powerful memory ...

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HMC Arrives Just in Time to Be Your New Standard for Memory Performance: Part 3

Tom Kinsley   |   November 20, 2013   |   All Products

Back again with part 3 of my blog series outlining the features and benefits of Micron’s HMC.  My last post covered HMC’s abstracted memory management, simplified and scalable interface, and superior performance.  Let’s finish up by discussing these additional key features: Uncomplicated Board Layout and Dense Package Our short-reach (SR) HMC device comes in two packages: the four-link, 31mm x 31mm package and the smaller two-link, 16mm x 19.5mm package, which are ea...

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Buzz from the Linley Tech Processor Conference – HMC and More

Jay Walstrum   |   October 31, 2013   |   All Products

The week before last, I traveled 20 minutes down Highway 101 from Micron’s San Jose offices to Santa Clara to attend the 7th Annual Linley Tech Processor Conference. The small (just over 400 participants), two-day event was like a breath of fresh air compared to some of the more massive conferences that I’ve attended. There were some targeted OEMs and a smattering of industry media, but most of the attendees were real engineers trying to solve real problems. The keynote session cover...

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Custom is the New Commodity: Different Platforms for Different Markets

Richard Murphy   |   September 30, 2013   |   All Products

Earlier this month I delivered the keynote address at the LexisNexis HPCC Engineering Summit. It was entitled, Custom is the New Commodity.  It’s exciting to be asked to attend the internal conference of a world-class company like LexisNexis.  As one of the first data aggregators on the planet, they’ve developed truly novel approaches to handling large-scale analytics, and I certainly learned a lot being a fly on the wall as they planned the future. When confronted with bi...

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See HMC Live!

Susan Platt   |   September 4, 2013   |   All Products

Our just-announced Altera/HMC reference boards represent an industry first in two ways. Not only are they the industry’s first public demonstration of HMC’s interoperability with FPGAs, but Altera is also the first enabler member of the HMC Consortium to announce product/production support for HMC in their next-generation devices. HMC will be supported by Altera’s Generation 10 portfolio, which  includes both Stratix 10 and Arria 10 FPGAs and SoCs. These reference boards g...

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