However, to effectively accumulate, analyze, and share relevant data requires memory solutions that are specially optimized to leverage fast processing throughput for Big Data. Memory and storage are crucial when it comes to handling Big Data.
Just before the end of day two at Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2017 in San Francisco in March, NVIDIA, a global leader in premium quality graphics processing units (GPUs) for the gaming market, unveiled their new high-end graphics card.
Micron's NOR Flash easy to implement memory solution offers faster boot with minimal management due to its inherent cell structure, specially designed to deliver industry-leading speed and performances at reduced operational costs.
3D XPoint — a brand new class of non-volatile memory— is the first fundamentally new technology to be introduced in the memory space after more than 25 years! Download our white paper to learn about the benefits of XPoint, advantages and more.
The Crucial MX series has finally moved out of the limited edition cycle with its new MX300 SSD, now available as a mainstream storage product. The MX300, integrating Micron's cutting-edge 3D TLC technology — the industry’s highest density flash...
Micron’s first persistent memory solution, powered by an 8GB DDR4 NVDIMM, accelerates the performance of applications by eliminating stifling I/O bottlenecks - opening up a whole new dimension for IT architects to explore and scale the storage hierarchy.
Micron's M510DC enterprise SSD offers the ideal combination of both speed and reliability with optimized virtualized Hadoop performances as much as 2.6x to 15x better than the legacy rotating media when deployed in the same cluster platforms...
Enterprise computing, in this hyper-digital age, is experiencing a phenomenal transformation. At the core of this dramatic transformation is the exponential rise in user data. Industry observers estimate the influx of data to increase exponentially.
Micron Technology unveils its new portfolio of SAS solid state drives, the S600 Series: workload optimized for critical data center applications including financial transactions, media streaming, and data analytics.
The Internet of Things is probably the most dynamic force to reshape the automotive industry in decades, driving impressive opportunities for connectivity, as well as compelling challenges to store, process and handle the massive data streams it creates.