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Meet Phrazer: a breakthrough medical device from GeaCom, Inc., that lets patients interact with their healthcare providers in their native language. Phrazer gets accurate patient information to the provider in real-time, without the need for a “live” human translator. Its goal...

  • Publication Date: 09/16/2015
  • Author: Corporate Communication

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

SSDs are used in a variety of embedded applications, from aerospace solutions, heavy robotics, industrial automation, and surveillance equipment to external displays, remote communication installations, and medical equipment.

  • Publication Date: 12/08/2015
  • Author: Barbara Kolbl

As the world expands its vision of what an “Internet of Everything” world can be, security is considered one of the biggest barriers to rapid deployments and adoption, especially in industrial and automotive markets.

  • Publication Date: 12/10/2015
  • Author: Amit Gattani

The memory industry is experiencing a resurgence in demand for NAND flash memory. Revenues have reached record levels, exceeding $30 billion in 2014, and are being generated at all levels of NAND technology—single-level cell (SLC), multilevel cell (MLC), and triple-level cell...

  • Publication Date: 08/11/2015
  • Author: Kristen Hopper

I recently sat on a wearables panel at Flash Memory Summit (FMS) where questions like “When are wearables going to take off?” and the proverbial “What will the killer app be?” kept popping up. There’s a lot of media hype around wearables considering the small size of the...

  • Publication Date: 08/25/2015
  • Author: Ken Steck

New Internet of Things (IoT) applications, wearable electronic devices, and industrial market segments are driving an increased interest in Parallel NOR Flash due to its nonvolatile, high density, established ecosystem, and proven reliability, and fast speed.

  • Publication Date: 05/28/2015
  • Author: James Malatesta

At the end of February, Micron attended MemCon Japan 2015 at the Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa. One of the organizers of this event is a company that Micron works closely with—Cadence Design Systems, Japan, a provider of electronic design solutions. Cadence invited us to...

  • Publication Date: 03/30/2015
  • Author: Michinari Tsurumaki

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

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 of massive growth where companies both big and small can reap the rewards.

  • Publication Date: 10/02/2017
  • Author: Jeff Shiner