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In my role at Micron, I talk to a lot of Operations and Client/Server Admins who are stumped on why there are so many similar SSDs on the market from Micron and other vendors. It’s a good question – when you see two seemingly-identical SSDs on your favorite shopping website,...

  • Publication Date: 02/08/2017
  • Author: Jason Echols

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month in the United States. There’s no argument that we need it—every week, stories emerge of new data hacks and identity thefts.

  • Publication Date: 10/09/2014
  • Author: Jon Tanguy

Data security isn’t just about protecting the data you want to keep. Once you store anything, that hardware—and its retirement—becomes part of your data protection strategy.

  • Publication Date: 10/15/2014
  • Author: Jon Tanguy
  • Publication Date: 12/02/2014
  • Author: Corporate Communication

Support for Windows Servers 2003 ended July 14, 2015.Eleven million users will have two options: Upgrade or Buy New. BOTH PATHS LEAD TO FLASH! We’ll explain how to measure cost and platform lifecycle of the “useful work” you’ll receive from Hard Disk Drives vs. Solid State Drives

This technical note discusses memory power trends and identifies new low-voltage solutions for high-density DDR2 memory designs.

  • Last Updated: 05/16/2008
  • File Type: PDF

Learn how to leverage the value of your infrastructure and enhance the return on your IT resources by moving your mission-critical data with Micron-powered storage solutions

  • Last Updated: 04/12/2016
  • File Type: PDF

Learn how four easy steps can help you measure SSD value and when Flash is the right choice for your next IT project.

  • Last Updated: 02/10/2017
  • File Type: PDF

Micron SSDs are built with advanced security technology to keep your data private and to protect the integrity of the SSD and its firmware.

  • Last Updated: 03/15/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical brief compares the performance advantages of a pair of Micron® 1.6TB S650DC SAS SSDs (RAID 1) over a legacy HDD array with 1.8TB of SAS HDDs (12 drives, 300GB each, RAID 10).

  • Last Updated: 11/07/2016
  • File Type: PDF