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Managed NAND

The increasingly complex ECC and data-management requirements of NAND Flash can be challenging for embedded designers. Our fully managed and ECC-free NAND devices help make technology transitions nearly seamless by handling media management and error correction code (ECC) internally. Managed NAND frees the host controller for increased speed and system performance—and saves significant resources that would otherwise go to hardware and software development. Our standardized packages also ease the design process, helping reduce time-to-market.

By Technology

Technology Benefits Densities Configurations Supply Voltages
e.MMC Memory Single-package solution for designers looking for MMC-like application-to-application interoperability
We offer e.MMC solutions in a variety of densities and options
2GB–64GB JEDEC-standard, compliant with the 4.41 MMC specification 3.3 VCC (3.3V/1.8V VCCQ)
Embedded USB Reliable in harsh environments
Cost-effective
Small size
2GB–16GB USB 2.0 5V/3.3V

Documentation

Software Documentation
Access all software documentation and software support packs for Micron's e.MMC products.
  • Updated: 10/12/2015
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Micron's Managed NAND.
  • Updated: 09/30/2015
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Data Sheet

e.MMC Memory MTFC4GMWDQ-AIT

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 04/26/2016
IBIS

MTFC8GACAENS-AAT, MTFC8GACAENS-5M AAT, MTFC16GAKAEDQ-AAT, MTFC32GAKAECN-AAT, MTFC64GAJAEDQ-AAT

  • File Type: ZIP
  • Updated: 04/20/2016

Resources

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Brief

This guide describes the various flash technologies offered by Micron to help system designers select the optimal flash solution for their needs.

Blog

From heads up displays, interactive dashboards, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), video playback and more, cars are quickly becoming more content and feature rich. This requires a plethora of applications that help the driver process information.

Blog

The number of connected devices is expected to grow from 6.4 billion units in 2016 to 20.8 billion units in 2020, (source: Gartner). Machine learning and real-time analytics of sensor data is driving increased computing and local data storage requirements. Examples include...

Brief

Our extensive and stable portfolio of IMM-focused memory solutions empower technology developments in automotive, industrial, medical, manufacturing, and other multimarket segments.

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 02/08/2016