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All blog posts tagged "Tablet"

M600 SSD’s Dynamic Write Acceleration Boosts Performance and Value

Jon Tanguy   |   September 16, 2014   |   Storage

Micron M600 SSD for Client Computing and Ultrathin Laptops

Along with our release of the new M600 SSD for the client computing market, we are very excited to introduce a new feature called dynamic write acceleration. Dynamic write acceleration is the most efficient method of managing the SSD’s NAND media; it optimizes performance while delivering maximum value to the end user. In this post, I’ll provide a little background on what it does and why it’s needed.

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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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From the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston

Alyson Outen   |   September 28, 2011   |   Memory

Micron's Vice President of Embedded Solutions, Tom Eby, delivered his keynote address this morning, saying embedded memory is poised for exponential growth...and that Micron is poised to take advantage of that. "It's estimated that 40 exabytes of unique new information will be generated worldwide this year," said Eby. "That's more than in the previous 5,000 years ... combined!" Eby broke down trends affecting memory growth into three main categories...the three Cs: consume, connect and capture...

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NAND Demand is on the Rise, Bolstered by the Tablet Market

Kevin Kilbuck   |   October 1, 2010   |   Memory

Analyst firm iSuppli recently issued a report forecasting a major surge in shipments of NAND flash memory, driven by the explosion in the tablet device market. Led by Apple’s introduction of the iPad™ earlier this year (and its immediate success with consumers), we’re now seeing a flood of competitive tablet offerings from OEMs spanning the industry--from the traditional PC manufacturers to smartphone OEMs and other mobile gadget makers. It’s impossible to predict which t...

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Tags: NAND, Tablet

New DDR2 Designs to Support Next-Gen Tablet PCs

Matthias Buchner   |   July 27, 2010   |   Memory

The tablet market is booming as evidenced by a slew of recent market reports. ABI Research forecasted that 11 million tablets will be sold by the end of 2010. And according to the Consumer Electronics Association, the number of tablet shipments in the U.S. is expected to double in 2011. Those are some pretty remarkable statistics given that tablets (in their current form, anyway) weren’t really available twelve months ago. The tremendous growth in the tablet space can be attributed, in pa...

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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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Netbooks: A New Frontier for Solid State Drives, If Done Right

Ryan Baxter   |   January 23, 2009   |   Storage

The industry is ablaze with talk of high-performance SSD solutions like PCIe and SAS for enterprise and even traditional notebook applications, but we shouldn’t forget about one of the best and most interesting opportunities for the SSD--netbooks. And sure, netbook SSDs don’t deliver mind-blowing performance, like 100k IOPs, but--if done right, they should be on par with some of today’s standard notebook SSDs--of course at a cost and density point that makes sense for a netbook. Why bring this ...

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Tags: SSD, Tablet, Mobile