Micron slashes jobs as turn-around fails
Published in Memory


DRAM prices continue to fall

Micron is going to tell its staff "thanks for the memory" and tell them to clear off, after an initial wave of restructuring failed to do the job.

Micron announces its first client 1100 and 2100 SSDs
Published in Memory


Coming in PCIe/NVMEe, SATA and M.2 and 2.5-inch form-factors

Micron has announced its first client- and OEM-oriented solid-state drives based on 3D NAND, the Micron 1100 and Micron 2100 series.

Micron 9100 and 7100 PCI-E NVMe SSDs now sampling
Published in News


Up to 3.0GB/s reads, 2.0GB/s writes, XPERT loss prevention algorithm

Last week, Micron Technology Inc. hosted a live morning webcast during which company executives announced a new lineup of enterprise NVMe-based PCI-E SSDs for data center customers featuring both the HHHL (half height, half length) form factor, the M.2 form factor and the slimmer, 7mm-tall U.2 (2.5-inch) hot-pluggable form factor.

SK Hynix GDDR5 8Gbit coming in 2H 2016
Published in Graphics


Samsung already has mass production

Chaps from the memory manufacturers that like to talk to Fudzilla have confirmed that 8Gbit GDDR5 memory will hit volume production in the second half of 2016.

Samsung prepares for memory price war
Published in Memory


Wants market share over profits

Samsung Electronics changing its approach to its memory chip business and focus on market share over profit margins and the industry will suffer, according to one analyst.

Tsinghua Unigroup to build its own memory Fab
Published in Memory


Invites Micron to lend a hand

The Chinese government's Tsinghua Unigroup is going to build its own  DRAM fab and has asked Micron to be involved.

JEDEC officially publishes GDDR5X specification
Published in Memory


To double the bandwidth

Just a few days after it has officially published the 2nd generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM2) specification, JEDEC has now officially published the GDDR5X memory standard.

Micron makes surprise loss
Published in Processors


Suddenly it became like everone else

While the bottom had dropped out of the PC market, Micron had been managing to do quite well.  Today though it suprised observers by forcasting a surprise loss for the second quarter.

Micron buys all of Inotera
Published in Processors


Thanks for the memories


Micron has bought Inotera's remaining shares for $3.2 billion.

Intel’s memory plans could kill Micron
Published in Memory


Wall Street warns


Wall Street analysts have downgraded Micron technology’s value after Intel’s announcement that it will expand investment in NAND.