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Convergence of Technology: Autotech Council's Annual Science Fair

Innovation is redefining industries, AirBnB doesn’t own any hotels, UBER doesn’t own any taxis, and Amazon doesn’t own any retail space. These opportunities are all being driven by the convergence...

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Wrapping up Linley and What's Next

The Linley processor conference historically has been around processor development. This year's conference was the same but with a twist. Many of the processor developments were framed around, or...

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Announcing GDDR6N

This week at the Linley Processor Conference Micron announced our new GDDR6N technology – the latest high-performance GDDR technology for networking. This follows our automotive announcement at...

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Micron, NetFoundry and Microsoft Unlock Full Potential of IoT for All

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to disrupt the global economy on a scale larger than any previous industrial revolution. But two major factors are holding the IoT back from the kind...

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Come see Micron at The Linley Group Processor Conference

Join us to discover the latest update regarding high performance memory products! Graphics memory presents the most compelling cost-to-performance memory solution to address the aggressive...

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New NAND+LPDDR4 MCP for Automotive Telematics

Next generation, autonomous communication modules require a small memory footprint, fast speeds and low power consumption. To meet these needs, Micron is investing in the next generation of SLC...

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Augmented Reality – The State of the Headset

Technology is transforming the world around us. It enables us to do amazing things. However, what if we could go further and blend the digital world with the real world?

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Software is the Bottleneck, Not Flash Storage

Traditionally, advanced embedded systems have focused on CPU and memory speeds, which outpaced improvements in storage speed. Conventional thinking considers the storage device a bottleneck in...

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NVDIMM Pull-up Resistor Recommendation

JEDEC specifies that the pull-up resistor for the SAVE_N pin on NVDIMMs belongs on the motherboard. Micron designs NVDIMM with and without the pull-up resistor to support all customers, since some...

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NVDIMM-N: Where are we Now?

NVDIMM-N allows servers to have their cake and eat it too. The module computes like an RDIMM, but, when the system loses power, the data is backed up to NAND storage. The memory is nonvolatile,...

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The reality continuum: AR and VR

Over the last few years, we have seen technology that modifies or influences the physical reality as we know it to enhance our experiences. They accomplish this in different ways and are known by a...

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South Africa’s MeerKAT radio telescope uses advanced Micron memory to explore deep space

In South Africa’s Karoo, a bold telescope project is underway, one that promises to gather new images from the farthest reaches of space in the hope that we can begin to unravel some of the...

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