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Micron is proud to be among the companies featured in “Asia: The Face of Innovation”, a white paper jointly published by Harvard Business Review’s Analytics Services and the Singapore Economic Development Board on 19 October.

It was a United Nations of sorts when about 100 TMs representing 10 countries came together to contribute to a common cause at Micron Semiconductor’s, Fab 10N facility at 1 North Coast Drive in Singapore. These TMs from various ranks in Micron’s largest manufacturing facility...

Eighteen months after the groundbreaking ceremony, we marked the grand opening of our Fab 10 expanded NAND flash memory fabrication facility in Singapore this week. At the opening ceremony, we welcomed over 400 guests including customers, business partners and local government...

High productivity in manufacturing is crucial for an organization’s progress. Fernando Tjia, Automation Director for Micron Semiconductor Asia, offers best practices for manufacturing processes.

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Micron is dedicated to enriching our many site communities and during this past month, this was more than apparent through acts of generosity by Micron team members around the world.

An ambitious astronomy effort designed to peer back to the origins of the universe and map the formation of galaxies is underpinned by an emerging memory technology that seeks to move computing resources closer to huge astronomy data sets.

We picked ten technologies representative of trends which we expect will redefine our industry in an increasingly interactive world. Admittedly, there are dozens of other examples we could have chosen with equal validity. We welcome your comments on our choices. A few...

Senior Architect of Advanced Memory, Richard Murphy, discusses system performance and HMC as the solution to the Memory Wall

  • Last Updated: 09/02/2015
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Micron unveiled its new Serial NOR Flash Interface with Replay-Protected Monotonic Counter designed for use in Ultrathin Devices. This new NOR Flash Interface has already been validated for use in future Intel Ultrabook platforms. Micron says that with this announcement, it is...

The Internet of Things (IoT) has created new requirements for memory in space- and resource-constrained applications that are adding connectivity where little to none existed before. In particular, the advent of the IoT is driving the use of multichip package (MCP) memory...