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Innovation. The word gets thrown around a lot these days, for everything from toasters to car tires. But we don’t take it lightly. We’re constantly driving our designs to better efficiency and performance; helping lay a foundation that lets you deliver products that weren’t possible just a few years ago.


Our 3D NAND provides 3X the capacity of traditional NAND technologies while providing better performance and reliability. Take your storage deployments to the next generation with Micron’s 3D NAND.

The World’s Most Advanced NAND Flash Memory

The interdependent, growing demands of mobile computing and data centers continue to drive the need for high-capacity, high-performance NAND flash technology. With planar NAND nearing its practical scaling limits, delivering to those requirements has become more difficult with each generation. Enter our new 3D NAND technology, which uses an innovative process architecture to provide 3X the capacity of planar NAND technologies while providing better performance and reliability.

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Automata Processing

Micron’s Automata Processor (AP) is a programmable silicon device, capable of performing high-speed, comprehensive search and analysis of complex, unstructured data streams.

The Challenge of Complex, Unstructured Data

Many of today’s most challenging computer science problems involve very large data structures, unstructured data, random access, or real-time data analysis. These computationally intensive problems are not well aligned with traditional CPU and memory system architectures; they require a fundamentally new approach to computing. Micron’s Automata Processor is a massively parallel computer architecture that provides dramatic processing efficiencies.

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I/O Virtualization

I/O virtualization (IOV) is a breakthrough innovation that allows I/O components to be separated, consolidated, and virtualized away from the physical confines of the server. The I/O components are shared across many servers, making them better utilized and significantly reducing the number of components compared to a non-virtualized system.

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Phase Change Memory

Today’s advanced embedded applications require greater volumes of code and data than ever before, challenging the architectural constraints of traditional memory technologies. In the absence of a single memory type that can function across multiple platforms, designers have been forced to configure increasingly complex memory subsystems to overcome these limitations. But new phase change memory (PCM) is revolutionizing the way subsystems are arranged, providing an all-encompassing technology that can meet designers’ diverse needs in a single memory device.

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