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A world of ideas, memories, and knowledge - accessed, managed, and connected in ways never imagined. Memory makes it all possible.
Our 25nm triple-level cell (TLC) NAND has the highest cell density, but the lowest performance and endurance specifications.
Access all software drivers and software support packs for Micron's TLC NAND Flash products.
TLC NAND Flash Part Catalog
SLC, MLC, TLC, and QLC devices deliver inherently different performance, endurance, price, and footprint characteristics, so you should make a careful analysis to determine which is right for your design.
Micron does more than design and manufacture NAND Flash memory. We strive to solve design challenges through better engineering—by raising the bar on NAND products that cover everything from mobile to embedded, to enterprise storage applications.
Offering designers a basic understanding of the features and benefits of each type of NAND Flash in order to select the proper device.
We put Kevin Kilbuck, our director of strategic NAND marketing, in front of a whiteboard so we could get some high-level perspective on today's Micron/Intel 25nm Triple Level Cell (TLC) NAND technology announcement. Is this brief video he reviews MLC, SLC, and TLC technology...
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...
It is somewhat difficult to relate how changes in memory technology might impact you in everyday life. In this blog post I want to take the opportunity to shed some light on how the most recent advancements in NAND technology from Micron help satisfy the human element of...
If your data center applications are struggling to keep pace with user demand, you may be looking to SSDs to close the gap. While SSDs will generally offer a host of performance advantages over hard disk drives (‘HDDs’), not all SSDs are the same, and neither is the NAND flash...