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Gaming Goes Mobile—with Micron Memory Onboard

Bill Randolph   |   December 27, 2012   |   All Products

With the proliferation of mobile devices, gaming has broken its tether to the living room and is now enjoyed everywhere. In fact, according to the latest study from the NPD market research group, 59% of total game play is done on a mobile device. Market research firm Mintel found that 38% of tablet gamers and 20% of mobile phone gamers are playing five or more hours per week. Gaming is clearly a trend that is here to stay.  Additionally, gaming graphics continue to become more detailed, li...

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A Full House – 1 GHz Rounds Out DDR3 Portfolio

Steven King   |   June 11, 2012   |   Memory

Our latest DRAM product rounds out our DDR3 offering in a big way for high-end networking and graphics customers. These new 1066MHz, 2133 MT/s data rate DDR3 devices can boost your bandwidth by as much as 33%, without significantly increasing power consumption. We’ve also collaborated with AMD Graphics and LSI to make sure that these parts are optimized for the latest SoCs and GPUs, making your design-in easier and extending the life of your existing DDR3 designs. Check out our 1 GHz DDR3 page ...

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We're Back from Holidays--And Feeling Flashy

Corporate Communication   |   January 2, 2008   |   All Products

Happy 2008, and we hope you enjoyed the holidays. We took a break from the Micron Bulletin for a couple weeks, but we're charging into the New Year and, well, pardon the pun, feeling flashier than ever. Why just today the Wall Street Journal labeled NAND flash memory an "... important, if sometimes unheralded..." player in the technology scene in 2007 and heading into the new year in Lee Gomes' latest "Portals" column. Gomes explains that while the iPhone, Facebook and the W...

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