Need the speed and endurance required of today’s cloud computing environment? Look no further than Micron’s 9100 PCIe NVMe SSD! With the 9100, you’ll get workload-focused endurance and the right capacities for both read-centric and mixed-use...
If lowering your total cost of ownership and higher performance per watt are what you’re looking for, check out Micron’s 7100 PCIe NVMe SSD. You’ll get the speed and efficiency of NVMe with the convenient form factors, lower cost and lower power of SATA.
*FREE EVENT* Micron and WPGA have once again teamed up to bring you a unique IT networking event. This year, you are cordially invited to ACCELEREATE your NODES with Micron and WPGA at the SOLID Acceleration Tech Forum on Wednesday, November 9!
Modern day life is infused with evolving data, which is why it is increasingly triggering the need for high capacity storage, and subsequently, new technological innovations. 3D NAND is one such advancement. Designed to define the future of...
Micron Technology, Inc., on March 31, 2016, introduced its new range of SATA product line, the 1100 series. The newest addition to the Micron family, as believed by experts, will lead the industry benchmark for solid state drives (SSDs) to the next level.
Micron 9100 PCIe NVMe Collects Accolades, Declared the Best Performing Enterprise Storage Product in the Industry
Ever since Micron Technology, Inc. introduced the 9100 PCIe NVMe to its rich portfolio of storage devices, it has been flooded with positive feedback from every corner of the industry..
WPG Americas, Inc. (WPGA) was recently awarded the Fastest Growing Revenue Recognition Award by Micron Technology, Inc. This award, which recognizes WPGA’s continued efforts to grow their presence as a frontrunner in the semiconductor industry, was...
WPG Americas, Inc. announced on June 20, 2016 the decision to bring a new breed of server-based storage solutions powered by Micron Technology, Inc. to the IT enterprise. Overcoming the issues of the traditional data center architecture, the new Micron...
Alliance Memory to Offer It's Recently Acquired 512M SDRAMs With Original Micron Part Numbers Through 2017
Alliance Memory today announced that its expanded portfolio of 32M x 16 and 64M x 8 512M synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) devices, which they recently acquired from Micron Semiconductor, will be available with their original Micron part numbers into 2017.
It was back in 2013 when Micron introduced its Automata Processor – a technology that has been in the works for more than seven years now. This year, the company has plans to ship a few thousand Automata processors to key development entities, with the...