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Designed for applications that are sensitive to down time and require high performance to enable frequent access to large data sets, NVDIMMs combine the speed of DRAM, the persistent storage of NAND and an optional power source into a single memory subsystem that delivers...

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We build our modules from start to finish—designing, manufacturing, and testing all of the DRAM ourselves before assembling the modules and testing again. So, from high-performance SODIMMs to high-density LRDIMMs, you can depend on the quality and reliability of our devices.

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

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

As all of us know, Big Data is driven by the V’s—Volume, Variability and Velocity. With the advent of persistent memory, leading users are borrowing a page from high-performance computing (HPC) systems to handle Velocity: Burst Buffers are back! One of the major challenges...

  • Publication Date: 06/21/2016
  • Author: Brad Spiers

A lot has happened since our persistent memory announcement nearly a year ago. So much so that I felt like it was time for quick update. We saw significant interest from major OEMs in our NVDIMM solutions. HPE in particular launched a significant campaign promoting the...

  • Publication Date: 08/16/2016
  • Author: Ryan Baxter