For the longest time, Micron has been in the forefront of all memory-related solutions. Micron offers two types of memory: DRAM (dynamic random access memory) and NAND. The company has recently invested in bringing 3D NAND to the market. The hardware behind 3D NAND is constructed in such a way so it offers added benefits. […]Read more "Micron Memory in the Finance Industry"
An interconnected network allows any hacker with the means and the ability to easily bypass barriers and extract sensitive data. Today, electronic manufacturers offer a number of security measures that are in place to prevent harm. The first priority is to prevent customer data from being compromised. The second step is to prevent an outsider […]Read more "Micron Guarantees State-of-the-Art Security"
Just a few days ago, Intel provided a news brief on their website, giving detail to a high performance storage solution developed by Attala Systems. A demonstration of the solution will be provided at the Flash Memory Summit held in Santa Clara, California from Aug 7 – 10. Two of Intel’s flagship products were used […]Read more "Attala Systems uses Intel FPGA to develop Self-learning Storage Solution"
China is no longer content with buying chips from the West. Now the country wants to develop its own technology, and it’s looking to build better, faster, and cheaper versions of the western counterpart. This presents a dilemma for a number of US companies. China is one of the biggest markets in the world, and […]Read more "Qualcomm is enabling China’s Tech Goals"
DDR was developed to meet the demands of high-performance computers. As computers became powerful, they reached out to the memory with more and more complex commands. In the early 2000s, DDR facilitated the easy transfer of data from memory. The idea was further refined with the introduction of DDR2, DDR3, and DDR4. Original DDR had […]Read more "[Cheat Sheet] Micron DDR4 and Micron DDR3 Compatible with Xilinx FPGA"
Intel has determined that 1GB/s of data must be processed, stored, and analyzed for an ADAS system to function properly. What does this mean? It means that all of the following processes must happen in less than a second. SENSE: The ADAS system must process input from several different sources, including video cameras and sensors […]Read more "Micron Memory in use with Autonomous Vehicles"
Based in Boise, Idaho, Micron Technology is renowned for offering memory solutions for various end-use applications. Currently, Micron offers two types of memory: DRAM and NAND. DRAM memory is used in many hardware products, including computers, servers, and consumer electronics. NAND Flash memory is used in numerous consumer devices, including smartphones and tablets. The components […]Read more "5 Advantages of using Micron for your Memory Solutions"