- News tagged "micron"
Thursday, 11 Feb 2016
Micron has just presented a 768Gbit NAND design that trumps Samsung's much vaulted V-NAND technology.
Tuesday, 15 Dec 2015
According to some online reports, Micron is reportedly working on GDDR5 VRAM modules for discrete graphics cards. Is this a rebranding of its GDDR5X chips? Read on to find out.
Monday, 2 Nov 2015
In the near future, your next-gen graphics cards may feature new GDDR5X video memory modules. Will it breathe new life into the current GDDR5 standard, and pose a challenge to AMD’s High Bandwidth Memory (HBM)?
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
Intel and Micron have announced 3D XPoint, which they claim to offer to over 1000 times more performance and endurance than traditional NAND.
Wednesday, 15 Jul 2015
According to a WSJ report, China’s Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd has expressed interest to acquire US-based Micron Technology Inc. for US$23 billion.
Thursday, 4 Jun 2015
Micron has announced new 16nm triple-level-cell NAND at Computex 2015, targeted at providing cost-effective and reliable flash for consumer applications.
Monday, 30 Mar 2015
Intel and Micron have announced a new 3D NAND technology that will enable higher capacity drives in smaller form factors, lower costs and power consumption, and improved performance. Drives based on the new technology will be suited to both mobile consumer devices and demanding enterprise applications.
Tuesday, 24 Feb 2015
Seagate and Micron have jointly announced an agreement for strategic NAND supply and to focus on next-generation storage solutions.
Thursday, 20 Mar 2014
Offering 20 times better performance than a traditional hard drive, the M550 enables quick boot-up, speedy file and program access, near instant wake from sleep, as well as ultra-efficient power management for increased battery life.
Thursday, 26 Sep 2013
Micron Technology has just announced the first shipment of their 2GB Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) engineering samples. They are touted to improve performance over standard DDR3 and DDR4 DRAM while simultaneously reducing power consumption.