Accelerating the 5G experience
5G is expected to make data access many times faster and interconnect increasingly more devices. From better health care technology through Internet of Things (IoT) to advances in AI-powered mobile photography — Micron memory and storage will drive 5G innovation.
Learn how advances in computational photography can help your smartphone capture high-quality photos of your irreplaceable memories.
Computational photography brings advanced camera techniques to smartphones. Learn how Micron memory is used for processes that optimize images and help with a lag-free photography experience.
Micron memory is powering 5G-enabled devices, which helps people of all ages and abilities stay connected.
5G is incredibly complex, with technical challenges that must be solved across the entire ecosystem. Micron is bringing everything from low-power-consumption DRAM to application-specific multichip packages to help solve that complexity.
With 5G rolling out, big changes are in store across artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, big data and more. But what will these 5G-fueled applications mean for memory and storage? Learn how memory and storage will power the brave new world of 5G from AI to VR.
Innovations in smartphone cameras and computational photography techniques are returning photography to its roots by allowing people to focus on capturing memories at decisive moments instead of acquiring pro-level gear and spending hours editing photographs.
As 5G dramatically increases the amount of data we use, generate and store, computing power must continue expanding to the physical network and devices at the edge. With this expansion will come data challenges that require advanced memory and storage to solve.
We bring a unique perspective to 5G with our memory-centric approach. Everyone from our engineers to our CEO thinks of 5G as a holistic system. Learn about the crucial contribution that memory makes to that system.
Micron President and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joins a panel discussing the technical and political challenges surrounding the transition to 5G.
Watch this panel discussion about the intersection of 5G, edge computing, analytics, the internet of things and media innovation.
As more advanced capabilities emerge in smartphones, memory and storage requirements are increasing dramatically. Complex mobile applications — such as AI assistants, AR/VR, multistream videos and advanced imaging — are driving the need for faster and higher-capacity memory and storage to enable the desired experience.
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Maximum internal memory (LPDRAM) available in smartphone by year. Source: Micron internal, Android Central