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||25nm Triple-Level Cell NAND
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:26 - 4,637 views
25nm TLC NAND is the densest, most cost-effective silicon storage
on the planet. Watch as our director of strategic NAND marketing,
Kevin Kilbuck, explains the latest breakthrough in NAND process
technology and what it means to consumers.
||What Comes After DRAM?
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:26 - 4,681 views
Micron VP and Chief Memory Systems Architect Ed Doller presents
the case for why PCM should be considered the most-viable
contender for next-generation, nonvolatile memory and outlines its
likely position in the memory hierarchy.
||Tech Talk: Embedded Strategy with Glen Hawk
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:25 - 4,903 views
Glen Hawk, Micron's VP of Embedded Solutions, discusses the
company's strategy and why the acquisition of Numonyx offers
compelling new advantages and options for our embedded memory
||Micron Foundation Celebrates Chip Camp's 10th Anniversary
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:25 - 4,078 views
Engineering the Future for Junior High Students: The Micron
Foundation recently celebrated its tenth anniversary of Chip Camp,
a three-day summer camp for Boise area seventh and eighth
graders introducing them to fun, hands-on science and engineering
activities. Chip Camp was created to make science and technology
a stimulating experience and expose students to the semiconductor
industry, ideally influencing student course selection during high
school to include challenging math and science course work. This
year's Chip Camp sessions were held June 15-17 and June 22-24
at the Dehryl A. Dennis Professional Technology Center and
served 120 students from 40 different schools. Since the inception
of Chip Camp, more than 1,000 students have participated in
the program and many of them have gone on to study engineering in
||Micron Foundation Hosts FUNDSY Event
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:23 - 4,944 views
Every other year, one of Idaho's oldest and largest non-profit
organizations, FUNDSY, holds a Gala Dinner & Auction to benefit
various charity organizations throughout the Boise Valley area. As
a part of its fundraising and planning efforts in 2010, FUNDSY
partnered with the Micron Foundation to be this year's event host.
The Micron Foundation, a separate non-profit organization with its
own endowment fund, is committed to enriching the communities
where Micron team members live and work. With this donation, the
Foundation welcomed more than 600 guests and volunteers to the
Micron campus on Saturday, May 1.
||P300 Preview at SNW 2010
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:22 - 5,044 views
Enterprise SSD product manager Kevin Dibelius talks about
Micron's new P300 enterprise SSD and discusses trends from
Storage Networking World 2010.
||RealSSD™ C300 MacBook Pro SSD/HDD Performance Comparison
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:22 - 3,629 views
Buy the C300 now at Crucial:
We put two identical MacBooks side by side to show the huge
performance gains possible with a RealSSD C300 drive. There are
a lot of thorough performance benchmarks out there—our effort
here was to create a simple video that shows what differences you
might expect to see in everyday applications when you install a
RealSSD C300 in a new laptop. We cloned the factory hard drive
onto a Micron C300 SSD and ran a few simple tasks.
||Micron and Intel Announce 25nm NAND
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:21 - 5,375 views
Micron and Intel announce 25nm NAND, the smallest, most
advanced semiconductor process technology in the world. This
video features highlights from a press and analyst presentation
given by Intel and Micron executives at the IMFT fab on Jan. 28,
Achieving a 25nm process allows us to double the capacity of our
highest-density MLC device, enabling up to 64GB in a single
package and paving the way for big developments in storage,
computing, and consumer electronics. Learn what our aggressive
scaling strategy means for the future of storage and the next
generations of NAND.
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:20 - 6,525 views
Very Low Profile (VLP) memory modules save board space and
improve airflow by being oriented vertically on the board,
significantly reducing the amount of space required compared to
||Just How Small is 25 Nanometers?
by Micron - 2013-05-24 10:19 - 5,014 views
Kevin Kilbuck describes the most recent advancement in Micron's
NAND flash process technology—25nm NAND. It's the smallest
semiconductor production process in the world, with NAND cells
3,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.