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All blog posts tagged "Endurance"

M600 SSD’s Dynamic Write Acceleration Boosts Performance and Value

Jon Tanguy   |   September 16, 2014   |   Storage

Micron M600 SSD for Client Computing and Ultrathin Laptops

Along with our release of the new M600 SSD for the client computing market, we are very excited to introduce a new feature called dynamic write acceleration. Dynamic write acceleration is the most efficient method of managing the SSD’s NAND media; it optimizes performance while delivering maximum value to the end user. In this post, I’ll provide a little background on what it does and why it’s needed.

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Great Tasting and Less Filling?

Doug Rollins   |   January 29, 2013   |   All Products

Our new P400m Enterprise SSD delivers. Performance? Got it. Endurance? Yup, got it (up to 7PBs worth). Reliability? Sure. But all at a great price point for the mainstream Enterprise space? Yeah…we’ve got that one too. Thanks to a combined effort between our NAND and SSD teams, we built the P400m from the ground up—from silicon to fully tested and qualified product. And we designed it with features that set it apart. Features like RAIN, DataSAFE, and ReCAL are part of our new...

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Introducing the P400m SSD—Customized for the Enterprise

Scott Shadley   |   January 22, 2013   |   All Products

You may have heard that our new P400m enterprise SSD provides workhorse performance and endurance at a competitive price point for data center applications. And, you may be wondering how? The answer is in the custom, onboard MLC NAND Flash. While some enterprise drives offer just one to three drive fills per day, the P400m SSD offers 10 drive fills per day for an entire five-year lifetime. Not satisfied yet? The P400m has a five-year warranty and has already been validated by several OEMs. Watch...

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20nm NAND—Smaller and Better

Kevin Kilbuck   |   April 14, 2011   |   Memory

Today, Intel and Micron announced our latest advancement of NAND process technology—20nm NAND. Our new device crams 8GB into about 40% less die area than our already-tiny 25nm NAND. That’s small enough to make it the first 8GB MLC die that can fit into a microSD® card. You can see the difference in the photo below. This shrink is well ahead of our competitors (some have just announced production on a process equivalent to our 25nm) and keeps us solidly in the leadership position ...

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Tags: Endurance, NAND

Violin Memory Plays an Enterprising Flash-y Tune

blogadmin   |   December 18, 2008   |  

Greetings all—I’m Donpaul Stephens, president of Violin Memory. If you’re not familiar with us, we make memory appliances for applications that demand very high IOP/s or low latency for use in data-center operations. Micron’s Kevin Kilbuck and I were talking the other day and we thought it might be interesting for me to write a quick post on our work with Micron re: the enterprise space and NAND Flash memory. We started working with Micron a little more than a year ago to leverage their work in...

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Enterprise-Class NAND: Coming to a Server Near You

Kevin Kilbuck   |   December 17, 2008   |  

Hey guys. The MAST folks asked me to get the blog up to speed on a very exciting announcement—our Enterprise NAND. In a nutshell, Enterprise NAND is a very high endurance SLC NAND device.  It has a write/erase cycle endurance of 1 million cycles. Seriously cool--that’s 10X standard NAND. So, what does it mean? Well, it means that NAND, in its various flavors, can play and perform in everything from thumb drives to performance SSDs and now, it also has a home in high endurance, high-transaction a...

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Carpet Wear & Pizza Boxes: SSD Performance & Endurance

  |   November 21, 2008   |   Storage

So Micron is a co-chair on the task group within JEDEC that's working to better define SSD standards.  We work with others in the industry to define the future standards that will apply to SSD products with the goal of  defining a shared language for building, testing, and measuring solid state storage products.  So because we're so heavily involved in driving these new standards, I always enjoy hearing new claims of SSD performance and endurance.  Sometimes I’m impressed … oftentimes it’s just ...

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HDD & SSD Counseling: "Prunes are Great!"

blogadmin   |   November 20, 2008   |   Storage

Unlike an SSD that has a measured and graceful life span--with time to coordinate a retirement, HDDs often die with absolutely no warning. And this traumatic event often takes our most valuable information to the grave. Our fifth “Counseling Session” video allows us to lament with poor HDD, as he mourns the nature of his mortality and worries about his own impending, and unpredictable, demise. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqaLg95ZlSU

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Tags: Endurance, SSD