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Micron accelerates adoption of all-flash data centers with highest-capacity enterprise SATA Solid State Drive
Micron Accelerates Flash Portfolio and Partner Momentum with Faster, Higher-Capacity Data Storage
NVM Express Solutions: Delivering Real-world Benefits' -- Public Webinar Thursday, Dec. 10, 11 AM PST
Seagate-Micron Alliance Announces 1200.2 SAS 12G SSD
Micron M510DC 480GB Enterprise SATA III SSD Review
Micron's MD510DC is a low-cost high performance replacement for HDD's in the datacenter, and here's our full review.
Micron Boosts Data Center Storage Security With New SATA Solid State Drive Featuring Enterprise Data Encryption
Lexar JumpDrive P20 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
Lexar reveals the JumpDrive P20 USB 3.0 thumb drive, a high performance flash solution for the masses. Check out Tyler's full review right here.
Micron to introduce Hybrid Memory Cube in 2015, 15x faster than DDR3
The first 'Hybid Memory Cubes' will be used in servers and high-performance computers, later to be used in laptops.
Micron licenses Avago's 28nm 30Gbps Serializer / Deserializer
Micron announces that it has licensed Avago's 28nm Low Power 30Gbps Serializer/Deserializer IP for use in its next generation Hybrid Memory Cube tech.
Micron promises TLC NAND flash this year, cheaper SSDs for 2015
Micron to offer triple-level cell NAND flash on its 16nm process by the end of the year, would pave the way for cheaper flash-based goods, including SSDs.
Samsung started boosting its production of 25nm DRAM chips
Samsung's decision to boost 25nm DRAM production poses a threat to Micron Technology and SK Hynix.
Former ARM CEO Joins Micron's Board of Directors
Crucial v4 Solid State Drive Improves Performance of Mainstream Computers at an Affordable Price
Rambus loses $4 billion antitrust lawsuit again Micron and Hynix
Rambus loses against Hynix, Micron - $4 billion antitrust lawsuit settled.
Intel ignites SSD storage field with blazing speed
240 MB/s read speeds expected.