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My vantage point as Micron’s vice president of Storage Solutions Marketing allows me to offer some trends and developments we might see in 2019.
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We truly do “live in interesting times,” and Micron’s goal is to provide you with the best possible memory and storage technology for your solutions.
It’s interesting to watch the velocity at which technology progresses, in many cases at an exponential rate that is both thrilling and mind boggling. How does one disseminate the vast amount of new...
I am lucky enough to have spent over 20 years in the storage industry, and during that time the technology that enterprises use has been continually changing. From iSCSI arrays that enabled broader...
Last week we announced the production of TLC 3D NAND that comes less than a year after we first introduced the innovative 3D NAND to the market, delivering three times the capacity of existing...
My recent travels have taken me to some customer meetings where I have had the chance to talk to some very forward-thinking CIOs and technologists. In our conversations it has become clear to me...
At the Flash Memory Summit (FMS) this past August, Darren Thomas, VP of Micron’s Storage Business Unit, gave a presentation about the state of flash usage in the storage market — issuing a...
Many of us know that moving to a solid state drive dramatically improves your computing experience—it makes booting up your laptop faster, accessing files and applications quicker and, of course,...
Now, I know there are more than a few of you (with kids, hopefully) who will read the headline of this post and hope that I am not going to start talking about LEGO parts of recent movies. Rest...