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Whether you’re trying to minimize power consumption, maximize density, increase speed, or do everything at once, Micron’s NAND MCPs can drive your design no matter the application. Get the reliability your space-constrained design needs with our fully tested, stackable MCPs and PoPs in a variety of packages and technology options—and from a memory provider who manufactures all of the memory elements—including the NAND Flash and mobile LPDRAM.

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NAND Density DRAM Type DRAM Density Pinout Voltage Package
LPDDR3 n/a n/a n/a VFBGA
16GB LPDDR3 16Gb n/a 1.8V VFBGA
1Gb LPDDR2, LPDDR 512Mb n/a, JEDEC 1.8V, 1.7V-1.9V WFBGA, VFBGA, TFBGA
2Gb LPDDR2, LPDDR 1Gb n/a, JEDEC 1.8V, 1.7V-1.9V VFBGA, WFBGA, TFBGA, n/a
4Gb LPDDR2, LPDDR 2Gb, 4Gb n/a, JEDEC, TI (OMAP) 1.8V, 1.7V-1.9V VFBGA, WFBGA
4GB LPDDR3, LPDDR2 4Gb, 8Gb n/a 3.3V VFBGA
8Gb LPDDR 4Gb n/a 1.7V-1.9V VFBGA
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Our eMCPs do more than meet the memory requirements of mid-tier phones and tablets. They save more than 40% space versus discrete memory—reducing the memory footprint, simplifying PCB design, and speeding time to market. Built on a foundation of Micron-manufactured e.MMC (MLC/TLC NAND + microcontroller) and LPDRAM, these JEDEC-compliant, footprint-compatible devices enable simple and flexible system design and certification.


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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Micron's Multichip Packages.
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Data Sheet

4GB (1 x L83A) e.MMC (PS8210 80s PB v4.51) and 4Gb LPDDR2 (1 x 2E0E) MT29PZZZ4D4BKEPK-18 W.94H (168-ball; J94H)

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  • Updated: 05/13/2016
Data Sheet

4GB (1 x L83A) e.MMC (PS8210 80s PB v4.51) and 4Gb LPDDR2 (1 x 2E0E) MT29PZZZ4D4BKESK-18 W.94H (162b; J94H)

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  • Updated: 05/13/2016


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