Overview

Featured Videos

Your Innovation, Our Memory

Your Innovation, Our Memory

Emerging technologies require innovation on a whole new scale. See how we partner closely with our customers to gain unique insights about how we can optimize our memory solutions to enable your innovations—and help you change the world.

View video
Memory for Automotive

Memory for Automotive

Technology is reshaping the concept of driving. Automakers are developing countless new driver-assistance features and systems. See how Micron’s memory solutions are helping to enable these new supercomputing capabilities.

View video

About Micron

Where there's memory, there's Micron

Engineered for Innovation

For more than 30 years Micron has redefined innovation by designing, developing, and manufacturing some of the world’s most advanced technologies.

Learn more
Elpida is Now Micron

Elpida Is Now Micron

With the combined strength of our products, technology, and team members—our customers now have access to the broadest portfolio of best-in-class technology.

About the acquisition

Welcome to My Workspace!

Create an account to access these benefits:

  • Save part pages
  • Save Data Sheets and other files
  • Create folders to organize your projects
  • Share folders with colleagues
  • Organize secure documents for easy access
  • "Follow" parts to see alerts and updates

Learn more about Workspace features

Don't have an account yet? Sign up

Already have an account?   Login

My Folders

Your workspace is your area to organize and save part pages, data sheets, and links for easy access in the future. You can even start by saving some of the pages you've recently accessed below:

Blogs Standard Page Save
My Workspace

All blog posts tagged "mSATA"

VSAN Demo 2014: A How-To Guide

Jared Hulbert   |   September 17, 2014   |   Storage

Now that the team is back from VMWorld, we wanted to share the configuration for our VSAN demo that drew so much attention. This blog is intended to give you the high-level view of how we created the demo and provide some ideas for your own VSAN explorations. We documented other information such as node configurations, VSAN observer settings, and fio test workloads but didn’t provide it here for brevity’s sake. We’d love to hear comments and questions from anyone who wants to know more; post your comments below.

Our primary goal was to demonstrate best-in-class VSAN performance and show how that compared to a standard VSAN configured with SAS HDDs. One of the most interesting aspects of our configuration was that our M500 client SSDs were actually less expensive than the SAS 10K HDDs.

Read more

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.

Read more

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...

Read more

Transforming the Ultrathin Experience, Part 1

Ben Thiel   |   January 15, 2013   |   All Products

How do SSDs help your ultrathin be even more ultra-mobile? Two ways: form factor and power savings. In today’s era of portability, the days of lugging an 8 or 10lb laptop through the airport are over. SSDs come in slim, caseless, and lightweight form factors that take up less space, enabling even sleeker ultrathin designs. Our mSATA SSDs measure in at about one-third the size of a credit card, while our incredibly small M500 M.2 form factor is about the size of a stick of gum! Speaking of ...

Read more

Made for One Another: SSDs and Ultrathins

  |   December 19, 2012   |   All Products

As the landscape of personal and mobile computing continues to intersect, our storage devices are becoming smaller and lighter while boosting system performance and adding features. Ultrathin notebooks are a new breed of mobile devices that boast the portability of a tablet and the power of a laptop. The broad range of the target market, from business people to college students and even children, means that ”the inside” needs to be tough, versatile, and can’t compromise on spee...

Read more

Will mSATA and Ultrabook™ devices make your mom want an SSD?

  |   April 10, 2012   |   Memory

If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance you’re pretty savvy about solid state drives; you might even own one (or a few). If you do, you’ve probably tried to tell your less-techie friends and family why they should replace their hard drive with an SSD—and you know that the general population still doesn’t quite get it. That slow public acceptance is true for almost any technology—there needs to be a defining change that sparks the imagination o...

Read more