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This year was a first for me—the first year I attended Electronica China and the third year that Micron participated. From March 17–19, Micron participated at Electronica Shanghai with individual sections covering the embedded applications supported by Micron memory.

  • Publication Date: 04/13/2015
  • Author: James Hawley

European car makers, Tier 1s, SoC vendors and memory vendors came together at the Automotive JEDEC meeting in Stuttgart to discuss leading edge memory and storage solutions targeting the next challenges of Autonomous driving.

  • Publication Date: 11/06/2017
  • Author: Federico Tiziani

‘The battle for leadership in providing the compute platform for automotive artificial intelligence and self-driving car applications continues to intensify. Relatively recent entrants in the automotive market (in automotive terms) such as Intel, Qualcomm, NVIDIA and Samsung...

  • Publication Date: 11/01/2017
  • Author: Sven Evers

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 of technology. At the AutoTech Council Science Fair, a cross section of the...

  • Publication Date: 10/25/2017
  • Author: Barbara Kolbl

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

‘Possessing the potential to uproot personal mobility as we know it, to make it safer and even more ubiquitous than conventional automobiles and perhaps even more efficient, self-driving cars have become the archetype of our future transportation.’ (Accelerating the Next...

  • Publication Date: 03/20/2017
  • Author: Axel Schiller

Until now no one bragged about how much storage their car had, instead the focus was on better brakes, better entertainment systems or more horsepower. Now people want to know if the storage is big enough, rugged enough, safe enough for them. Micron will be moderating a...

  • Publication Date: 07/24/2017
  • Author: Barbara Kolbl

In December 2012, NHTSA proposed a rule requiring event data recorder (EDR) installation in all 2015 and later model passenger cars for recording important data including airbag deployment, brake position, seat belt buckling, throttle position and vehicle speed. An EDR...

  • Publication Date: 01/26/2017
  • Author: Kristen Hopper

Autonomous driving is one of the fastest evolving applications in automotive industry – and arguably the compute industry overall. The increase in performance demanded by autonomous driving is exponential in nature, with each successive generation of the system demanding...

  • Publication Date: 01/30/2017
  • Author: Bruce Franklin

One of the main enablements of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and self-driving/autonomous cars is greater computing power. According to Intel, approximately 1 GB/s of data will need to be processed, stored and then analyzed quickly enough —in less than one second in...

  • Publication Date: 05/11/2017
  • Author: Robert Bielby