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Embedded USB

Our eUSBs are a lot smaller, more durable, and easier to design in than HDDs. They combine flexibility, performance, and fast time-to-market, and they cost less than traditional HDDs. With those features, eUSBs are a great example of a better, faster, and less expensive NAND solution that offers distinct competitive advantages for your embedded designs. And with no moving parts, the reliability of our RealSSD eUSBs far surpass many of the best-in-class, rugged HDDs. They can sustain 500G shocks and operate within extended and industrial temperature ranges.

By Density

Density Part Status Op Temp Interface
16GB Production, End of Life -40C to +85C, 0C to +70C USB 2.0
8GB Production, End of Life 0C to +70C, -40C to +85C USB 2.0
4GB Production, End of Life 0C to +70C, -40C to +85C USB 2.0
2GB Production, End of Life, Contact Factory -40C to +85C, 0C to +70C USB 2.0
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By Application

High Durability

High Durability

Withstand extreme environments and shock with extended temperature range and solid state design.

Low Power

Reduce system heat dissipation with devices that consume less than 330mW during active reads/writes.


Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Micron's Embedded USB.
  • Updated: 10/02/2015


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This guide outlines our various solutions — from DRAM components and modules to NOR and NAND Flash to solid state drives (SSDs) — available for networking applications.

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 05/13/2016

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

Competitive and Cross Reference

Compare Micron NAND flash product attributes to determine the best fit for your design.

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 12/04/2015

Incisor, a media group run by editor Vince Holton, recently held a London event where Internet of Things (IoT) experts debated what comes next for this technology with immense potential. The following excerpts are taken from a video discussion which can be viewed here. Some...