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Wrist radios have been staples in comic books and science fiction for decades, but it has been far easier for writers to conjure up a vision than for engineers to realize the technology—until now. If smartphones are now the ubiquitous embodiment of Star Trek's communicator,...

  • Publication Date: 02/27/2015
  • Author: David Henderson

Wearable devices, which first burst onto the market as fitness monitors and first-generation smart watches, have seen serious innovation in the last couple of years. This exciting new category of consumer electronics now includes wearable cameras, smart glasses, smart apparel,...

  • Publication Date: 06/25/2015
  • Author: Harsha Nagaraju

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 NAND based MCPs that will be stacked with LPDDR4 versus the current mainstream...

  • Publication Date: 09/25/2017
  • Author: Amanda Henderson
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MCP’s or Multi Chip Packages as they are commonly referred to in the memory industry, are single packages with multiple memory devices inside. While the traditional definition of an MCP could include packages with multiple die of the same technology (like DRAM, NOR or NAND),...

  • Publication Date: 06/28/2016
  • Author: Jim Cooke

While Mobile trends continue to drive the industries’ eMCP (Multichip Package) roadmaps to higher densities quickly on two to three year roadmaps, Micron’s Embedded Business Unit (EBU) has created the first five year eMCP roadmap in the market that includes a recently released...

  • Publication Date: 09/02/2016
  • Author: Amanda Henderson

For most people, a wearable is synonymous with a smartwatch or a fitness monitor, devices that have grown over the years into mature products. While there continues to be room for innovation in each of these device categories, both have “crossed the chasm” – a marketing...

  • Publication Date: 02/11/2016
  • Author: Harsha Nagaraju

Automobile manufacturers already use memory in a variety of applications: infotainment; cluster/dashboard; Communications and advanced driver assist systems (ADAS). Currently these systems use DDR2, DDR3, and LPDDR2 to meet their memory needs. As automotive OEMs and their...

  • Publication Date: 02/17/2016
  • Author: James Hawley

PCM (PCM) in the mobile handset market is a game-changer because of its performance, software simplification, and reliability. Cell phones today have enabled NAND-Based MCP solutions for read operations and random access capabilities; however, Micron’s PCM-based MCP solution...

  • Publication Date: 07/27/2012
  • Author: Brian Bradford

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest electronics show has come and gone. 2016 was a record breaking year - over 3,800 event exhibitors unveiled their latest technologies across more than 2.47 million net square feet of exhibit space this year in Las Vegas....

  • Publication Date: 02/16/2016
  • Author: David Henderson

The single chip module (SCM) solution spans across many applications that are looking to reduce physical size and complexity. By using the SCM, most of the design work is done for you and it results in smaller products. The embedded business unit ecosystem team has been...

  • Publication Date: 07/21/2015
  • Author: Jim Cooke