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Contemplating the Future of Computing

Richard Murphy   |   April 30, 2013   |   All Products

I spoke Friday at the IEEE Workshop on Microelectronics and Electron Devices (WMED) in Boise about a memory-centric vision for the future of computing. This was my first time at this workshop, and I was very impressed by two things: the high caliber of the talks and the fact that the workshop had strong representation from students at all levels. Coming from the high-performance computing community—which tends to be a somewhat more distinguished, somewhat greyer crowd—seeing a strong...

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It’s a Great Time to Work in Storage

  |   April 11, 2013   |   All Products

Flash is revolutionizing how we store data. It is the solution of choice for truly reliable portability in today’s popular smartphones and tablets, and it is gaining momentum as the “performance operator” in the data center. And these two applications are undeniably linked—as we demand more mobility and instant access, we need bigger, faster, and more efficient data centers to serve up the content. It’s an exciting time for us. As a start-to-finish developer of soli...

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Dean’s List – Observations from CES 2013

Dean Klein   |   January 16, 2013   |   All Products

3,100 exhibitors, 150,000 attendees and 100 breakfast-buffet options. What could it be but the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, an event that surely must be the bane of every stiletto-heeled exhibitor and the boon of podiatrists worldwide? Last week I attended two days of this annual electronics mega-festival and had some time between meetings to catch the spirit of the event and take a peek at some of the promised technology. My feet may never be the same. First general impression: this show was...

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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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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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Micron's Power in Progress

Corporate Communication   |   May 31, 2011   |   Our Communities

Micron's products are in nearly every electronic device on the market today. We engineer the innovations that make computing faster, travel safer, healthcare more effective, energy greener and much more. Watch our video to find out that where there's memory…there's Micron.

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LPDDR2 and Mobile Market Trends

Steve Janzen   |   April 20, 2010   |   Memory

To offer some additional insight on today’s LPDDR2 announcement and trends in the mobile market, we sat down with Eric Spanneut, Micron’s director of mobile memory marketing. Micron today announced a 2Gb monolithic LPDDR2 part, which would enable 8Gb packages for smart phones and tablet PCs. Are we really starting to see mobile applications that need this level of performance and DRAM density? How do they make use of it? There are a lot of designs that need up to 4Gb LPDRAM this ye...

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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

Micron’s New NAND: Great Space, Less Filling

Kevin Kilbuck   |   June 30, 2009   |   All Products

No doubt about it—our appetite for mobile digital downloads continues to thrive. We’re downloading video, music, games and photos at a record pace. In fact, Nielsen says that online music stores saw more than 1 billion downloads last year. I'm a contributor to these downloads too--as I sit here and write this post, I'm jamming out to my iPod listening to the ever-so inspiring Mick Jagger. But I digress. The point is, we need the storage capacity in our mobile devices to hold the huge...

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