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Have you been working on an important project and kicked your computer’s power cord or had the system freeze, and just because you hadn’t saved it to disk yet you lost that work forever? It’s one of the disadvantages of traditional computing architectures – DRAM loses its data...

  • Publication Date: 11/18/2015
  • Author: Ryan Baxter

Today at the SNIA Persistent Memory Summit, Brett Williams provided an overview of where Micron is with the rollout of the persistent Memory. Brett mentioned that Micron is now in production with 32GB NVDIMMs, and emphasized that the infrastructure for persistent memory is now...

  • Publication Date: 01/24/2018
  • Author: Jay Walstrum

SC17 will provide fresh solution ideas from Micron. It’s an exciting time in the industry for creative and collaborative memory developers and, teamed with the new leadership at Micron, this brings vibrant life to discussions and partnerships Micron will be talking about....

  • Publication Date: 11/13/2017
  • Author: Jay Walstrum

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 current motherboards do not include the SAVE_N pull-up resistor. However, we...

  • Publication Date: 08/17/2017
  • Author: Colby Parkinson

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, because it recovers when the system reboots.

  • Publication Date: 08/10/2017
  • Author: Colby Parkinson

In yesterday’s post, I promised to dish on what I learned about the new #1 Top500 supercomputer, Sequoia, from the IBM and Lawrence Livermore National Labs folks who built it.

  • Publication Date: 06/22/2012
  • Author: Dean Klein

Just back from SC12, the huge show highlighting huge computers capable of tackling huge problems while ringing up huge power bills. There, you have the highlights in a nutshell!

  • Publication Date: 11/15/2012
  • Author: Dean Klein

Back in May 2012, we announced our first fully functional DDR4 module. Since then a lot has happened. For starters, our DDR4 modules were selected as one of the year’s most compelling products by EDN. And there’s more. Since the JEDEC DDR4 standard was published on...

  • Publication Date: 12/13/2012
  • Author: Scott Schaefer

Industrial automation, transportation systems, communications networks, advanced medical devices, and aerospace systems collectively drive huge demand for embedded processing. The standardization of board sizes and the availability of off-the shelf single board computers is a...

  • Publication Date: 10/11/2016
  • Author: Sven Evers

The membership and support of OpenGCC activities and projects are very important to Micron.

  • Publication Date: 10/01/2018
  • Author: Andreas Schlapka