- News tagged "micron"
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.
Wednesday, 11 Sep 2013
To improve security in Ultrabooks, Micron has just unveiled the world's first serial NOR flash interface with replay-protected monotonic counter (RPMC). These flash memory are validated for future Intel Ultrabook platforms.
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2013
Micron has announced that it has began sampling its new 16nm MLC NAND with plans for full production in late 2014.
Friday, 3 May 2013
The new Micron P420m combines consistent performance with the inherent power efficiency of an all-flash system to deliver improved economics for enterprise data centers.
Friday, 8 Feb 2013
Micron Technology has unveiled its new single-sided DDR3 DRAM module that has a reduced height of only 3mm. This translates to a 35% reduction from the standard DDR3 SODIMM. The new single-sided DRAM module also features DDR3L-RS components for lower power consumption.
Wednesday, 23 Jan 2013
Micron has just announced their new P400m high-endurance MLC NAND SSD for enterprise use.
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
Micron and SanDisk shares both jumped after OCZ lowered its forecast for second quarter earnings due to an impending shortage of NAND memory chips.
Friday, 20 Jul 2012
Micron has announced the high-volume availability of its 45-nanometer (nm) phase-change memory PCM for feature phones. The company said that it has plans to offer its PCM solutions to smartphones and tablet manufacturers. Read on for more details about this flash-alternative memory technology.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Memory maker Micron is intending to buy ailing Japanese DRAM competitor Elpida for US$2.5 billion. The move will propel Micron's market share from 12.2% to 24.8%, moving it from fourth place to second place, just behind Samsung.