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Freescale Forum Attendees Score Free Micron TWRPI Modules

Jim Cooke   |   April 21, 2014   |   All Products

Earlier this month, I attended the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) at the Gaylord Conference Center in Dallas, TX. FTF is a unique networking and learning opportunity for embedded designers. Attendees gather in early April for Freescale president and CEO Gregg Lowe’s keynote address The “cherry on top” of this already information-rich conference came in the form of some pretty awesome &ldquo...

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A Look Back at SC13

Richard Murphy   |   December 13, 2013   |   All Products

I attended this year’s Supercomputing Conference (SC13) a few weeks ago and have finally had a chance to sift through all the news announcements, technical sessions, and meeting notes to provide you with a few highlights. Our very own Todd Farrell gave an overview of HMC technology to conference-goers while Micron and Fujitsu announced the integration of our HMC technology into a supercomputer! I think this is a game-changing system design, which will provide flatter, more powerful memory ...

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Looking to Save Space in Your Ultrathin Design?

Kris Kido   |   February 7, 2013   |   All Products

Single-Sided SODIMM

Today’s ultrathins are all about being the sleekest, lightest, and highest-performance devices available—and we have the DRAM solutions to help you get there. Let’s look at how Micron’s new DRAM form factors reduce system height and saves valuable board space. In an effort to further reduce z-height, a majority of ultrathin laptops have opted out of module form factors in favor of onboard DRAM. And while onboard DRAM is the best solution for z-height, modules bring an ele...

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NVDIMMs—The Best of Both Worlds

Brett Williams   |   February 6, 2013   |   All Products

The NVDIMM is a new “hybrid” memory module that combines the speed of DRAM with the nonvolatility of NAND Flash. NVDIMMs enable the content in DRAM to be saved into the NAND Flash based on a signal from the system. This signal could indicate power failure or any other event when you’d want DRAM content to move into the NAND, such as system checkpoints, data logging, saving metadata, etc. NVDIMMs provide performance, cost, and data-security advantages for enterprise-class serve...

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Tags: Modules, DRAM, NAND

DDR4 Gathers Momentum

Scott Schaefer   |   December 13, 2012   |   All Products

Back in May 2012, we announced our first fully functional DDR4 module. Since then a lot has happened. For starters, our DDR4 modules were selected as one of the year’s most compelling products by EDN.  And there’s more. Since the JEDEC DDR4 standard was published on September 25, 2012, we’ve been actively engaged in supporting educational and outreach activities for the new standard, including presenting at ongoing workshops in Santa Clara and Taiwan where participants le...

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Tags: DDR4, Modules

SC12: Dean's List

Dean Klein   |   November 15, 2012   |   Events

Just back from SC12, the huge show highlighting huge computers capable of tackling huge problems while ringing up huge power bills. There, you have the highlights in a nutshell! :) Compared to shows like the Consumer Electronics Show, SC12 isn’t really that big. But the event filled up most of Salt Lake City’s “Salt Palace” convention center which showed that “Big Iron” scientific computing is alive and well and definitely has a lot of interest. The show featu...

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ISC12: insideHPC at the Micron Booth

Dean Klein   |   July 2, 2012   |   Innovations and Trends

A week after ISC’12 and the buzz continues! Last Wednesday, after my session on Large Memory, Rick Brueckner from insideHPC caught up with me in the ISC Exhibition Hall at the Micron booth. Obviously, insideHPC tracks the top trends in the High Performance Computing space, so it was natural that they should come to a memory company to talk trends. When looking around the exhibition hall there were a lot of high performance systems on display and most of them had their lids off and were sho...

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Tags: Modules, DDR4, HMC, SSD

ISC12: Clocking Sequoia, the World's #1 Supercomputer

Dean Klein   |   June 22, 2012   |   Events


In yesterday’s post, I promised to dish on what I learned about the new #1 Top500 supercomputer, Sequoia, from the IBM and Lawrence Livermore National Labs folks who built it. Sequoia is built around IBM’s Power6 CPU and BlueGene-Q architecture. This CPU has 18 cores on a chip, with one core dedicated to running Linux, one core for a spare, and 16 cores dedicated for computation. The CPUs are clocked at a conservative 1.6 GHz and are water-cooled. The CPUs are assembled onto a module...

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Tags: Modules

Driving the Next Generation of Server Performance with LRDIMMs

Corporate Communication   |   July 30, 2009   |   Memory


Today we announced the world’s first DDR3 LRDIMMs, built with our advanced 50nm, DDR3 SDRAM components. If you’re in the server industry, you know that load-reduced DIMMs are going to deliver some much-needed performance and bandwidth boosts for next-generation servers. Their much higher capacity and performance specs mean that early LRDIMM servers will have up to 57% better bandwidth and as much as three times the memory density—up to 144GB. And you can expect those specs to r...

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Micron's New Memory Modules Improve Server Performance and Capacity

Corporate Communication   |   July 30, 2009   |   Memory

On the technology front, Micron announced today its new LRDIMM memory modules that can triple server memory capacity and improve bandwidth by 57 percent. These new modules give servers the ability to run more programs, handle larger data files and perform better overall. And because the modules are made with Micron's leading-edge 2Gb 50nm DDR3 chips, servers not only get a boost to capacity and performance, they also can reduce their overall power consumption.

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