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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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PCIe SSD Installation Is Easy: Part 2

Doug Rollins   |   January 15, 2014   |   All Products

In my last post, we debunked the myth that installing PCI Express (PCIe) SSDs is hard. In fact, it’s about as easy as turning a screw and counting to four. We’ve already turned the screw (see part 1), so now let’s finish up the installation in four easy steps. "Counting to Four" I’m using a Windows server in this example, but a Linux setup is easy too. Micron supplies the driver and a PCIe SSD management application in a single package. How cool is that?  So we&rsqu...

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PCIe SSD Installation Is Easy: Part 1

Doug Rollins   |   January 8, 2014   |   All Products

PCI Express (PCIe) SSDs are like a good cup of French Roast coffee with a nice, fresh bagel on a crisp winter’s morning…when the sun’s just coming up over the horizon… Good stuff. So how on earth do coffee and bagels relate to SSDs? I can’t roast my own beans, but I like coffee; and I can’t make my own onion and garlic bagel from scratch, but I sure like it when the bagel shop does. We tend to think of PCIe SSDs in the same way. We know we can buy a system w...

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Not All SSDs Are Created Equal: Optimizing Performance Through Flash Management

Doug Rollins   |   July 9, 2013   |   All Products

To get the most out of solid state storage, you must be privy to a little secret: not all solid state drives (SSDs) are created equal. Optimal SSD performance and reliability rely heavily on all of the drive’s parts—the controller, the firmware, and the NAND Flash itself—working and playing nicely together. Well-thought-out and strategic Flash management helps this kindergarten lesson become a storage reality.  As George Crump, lead analyst for Storage Switzerland, d...

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Enabling Business Application Acceleration—Without Changing Existing Software of Data Storage

Scott Shadley   |   November 5, 2012   |   All Products

Recently Micron chose to work with a few select organizations to support SSD enablement in the market. While doing due diligence and research to ensure the best support possible for our customers and their needs, we were able to find a great partner in the SSD caching software market through Velobit. Velobit recently launched a campaign to support customers with a trial of their software and loaned them a Micron SSD to test, as well. When Micron and Velobit began discussions, it was very much a ...

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Tags: SSD, NAND, Enterprise

PCIe high speed, low latency and easy service? Can you really have it all?

Doug Rollins   |   October 30, 2012   |   All Products

PCI Express performance in an Enterprise-class SSD and the serviceability of front of system hot swap  as easy as SAS or SATA? Yup—with the Micron RealSSD P320h 2.5-inch SSD, you get both.  Supporting both 175GB and 350GB capacities, the P320h is design to comply with the standard 2.5-inch PCI Express form factor, connector, and behavior specifications developed by the SSD Form Factor Working Group. This game-changing design offers scalability, easy service, portability, and per...

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44 Terabytes in a Pizza Box?

Kevin Kilbuck   |   October 16, 2012   |   All Products

We recently announced the integration of our 20nm NAND Flash storage components into Skyera’s high-endurance, high-capacity Skyhawk enterprise solid state storage system. We talked to Skyera’s CEO, Radoslav Danilak, about the impact that high-performance, high-capacity NAND Flash can have on the mainstream enterprise market and the critical role that a collaborative effort with a storage developer like Micron can play in the successful launch of an enterprise storage system. Watch th...

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Tags: NAND, Enterprise

Partnering for Enterprise Flash Innovation

  |   May 21, 2012   |   Memory

We’re in Las Vegas this week, taking part in EMC World. Prior to the event, I had the chance to sit down with Ed Doller (our VP of Enterprise Storage Solutions) and Mark Sorenson (EMC’s senior VP of Flash products and technologies) for a two-part talk about the growing impact of Flash memory in the enterprise. Watch the second video in this series below to learn how ongoing collaboration between our two companies has resulted in some compelling enterprise storage solutions. ...

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The Future of Flash in the Enterprise

  |   May 15, 2012   |   Memory

Next week is EMC World, and Micron will be at the event talking about the advantages of Flash in the enterprise. Gearing up for the event, I had the chance to sit down with Ed Doller (our VP of Enterprise Storage Solutions) and Mark Sorenson (EMC’s senior VP of Flash products and technologies) to shed some light on this topic. Take a look at the video below to see what they had to say. Also, next week we’ll publish another video discussing the collaboration between the two companies.  

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Controlling Complexity with ClearNAND™ Flash

Mike Seibert   |   January 5, 2012   |   Memory

One of our existing NAND customers, Maryland-based Data Design Corporation, specializes in custom electronic designs for national laboratories, defense, and industrial applications. Their engineers had a great idea for a custom PCIe storage device. But they had a problem—standard NAND ECC requirements have been changing with each generation resulting in expensive reengineering of the NAND controller in order to keep pace with the most advanced NAND. Watch our interview with Data Design’s Directo...

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Tags: NAND, Enterprise, PCIe
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