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PCM-based MCPs take cell phone performance to the next level

Brian Bradford   |   July 27, 2012   |   Memory

Phase change memory (PCM) in the mobile handset market is a game-changer because of its performance, software simplification, and reliability. Cell phones today have enabled NAND-based MCP solutions for read operations and random access capabilities; however, Micron’s PCM-based MCP solution will enable cell phone users to enjoy new experiences. “Instant-on” is becoming a reality thanks to the performance of Micron’s PCM and low-power double data rate mobile DRAM...

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Advanced MCPs for the Changing Mobile Market

  |   November 3, 2009   |   Memory

An interview with Eric Spanneut, director of mobile memory marketing. Chris Smith: Eric, thanks for talking with me today. I’ve noticed that Micron has been focusing more and more energy on the mobile market. Today, the company introduced a new line of MCPs; could you tell me a bit about these products? Eric Spanneut: We are announcing the adoption of our latest process technologies---both NAND and DRAM---to our line of high-end MCPs. It means that we have leveraged our 34nm single-lev...

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Tripling NAND Performance in Mobile Systems

Wanmo Wong   |   September 14, 2009   |   Memory

We’ve been getting great response from customers who’ve seen our NAND performance demonstration, so we wanted to share it with a wider audience. The test pits our single- and dual-plane SLC devices and NANDCode™ FTL software against Samsung’s OneNAND™ running on Microsoft’s FTL. The test system is a TI OMAP™ 3430 development platform running Windows Mobile® 6.5 OS. We changed out the onboard NAND with a simple PISMO card swap and then ran a 10MB syst...

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Tags: NAND, MCP, Mobile

Mobile Industry Innovation

Corporate Communication   |   February 12, 2009   |   Our Communities

Micron today introduced three separate technology innovations that reflect the company's status as a leader in the mobile memory sector. The new technologies include Micron’s 16 gigabyte All-in-One NAND MCP, LPDDR2 Memory and our NANDcode Software and Services. The mobile industry is experiencing a convergence across newly-charted middle ground with mobile devices that blur the lines between ultra-mobile PCs and highly functional, full-featured smart phones. Micron’s mobile technolog...

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Tags: NAND, MCP, Mobile