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NOR Flash

With one of the most comprehensive NOR portfolios in the industry, our broad range of densities, packages, and features offers the flexibility to fit your specific design requirements.

By Technology

Technology Benefits Densities Configurations Supply Voltages
Parallel NOR Flash
Fastest Parallel NOR in the Industry
Industry-standard densities
A broad range of performance options across the product line
Full product voltage range
2Mb-1Gb Burst, Page, Multibank, & Multi I/O

AD-Mux for 50% less active pin count

Up to 266MB/sec Reads
1.8V Vdd

3.0V Vdd

1.8V VI/O

3.0V VI/O

5.0V VI/O
Serial NOR Flash
The broadest SPI NOR portfolio in the market
Full product voltage range
Industry-standard packaging
Extended temperature range
512K-2Gb 50 MHz, 75 MHz & 133 MHz 2.3-3.6V; 1.7-2.0V operations
XTRMFlash
Read throughput as high as 400 MB/s
Random access times as fast as 83ns
3X-reduced footprint BGA and SOIC packages
Backward-compatible with SPI NOR flash ecosystems
512Mb-2Gb 1.8V

3.0V

Documentation

Product Information
Manufacturers around the world must protect their intellectual property (IP) in everything from consumer electronics to wired and wireless communications equipment.
  • Updated: 12/01/2015
Technical Notes
This technical note describes the hardware design guidelines for Micron Flash memory.
  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 11/11/2014

Resources

Brief
This guide describes the various flash technologies offered by Micron to help system designers select the optimal flash solution for their needs.
Brief
Our G18 parallel NOR Flash line of purpose-built MLC embedded memory solutions offers high burst read speeds, fast write speeds, and a wide density range, coupled with low power consumption, flexible architecture, and OTP.
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Blog

As you’ve seen in the news in the last year; coming out of every major trade show there is another announcement about autonomous vehicles, also known as self-driving cars. We wanted to take a few minutes to explain Autonomous Driving progression, based on the SAE (Society of...

Blog

The need for reprogrammable external memory has always existed and this hasn't changed with modern day computing. In years past, Parallel EEPROM used to be the non-volatile external storage solution of choice - primarily used to store boot code, program code, configuration and...

Brief

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

Brief

Learn how to boost speed and save space with XTRMFlash memory

  • File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 03/18/2016

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