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Last $28.99 USD
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8000 South Federal Way

PO Box 6

Boise, ID 83707

United States

Phone: 208-368-4000

Fax: 208-368-4435

Micron Technology, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides advanced semiconductor solutions. Through its worldwide operations, the company manufactures and markets a range of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), NAND Flash and NOR Flash memory, as well as other memory technologies, packaging solutions and semiconductor systems for use in computing, consumer, networking, automotive, industrial, embedded and mobile products. The company markets its products through its internal sales force, independent sales representatives and distributors primarily to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and retailers located around the world. In 2013, the company acquired Elpida Memory, Inc. (Elpida), known as Micron Memory Japan, Inc. (MMJ), and a controlling interest in Rexchip Electronics Corporation (Rexchip), known as Micron Memory Taiwan Co., Ltd. (MMT). Segments The company has the following four business units, which are its segments: Compute and Networking Business Unit (CNBU): This segment includes DRAM and NOR Flash products sold to the compute, networking, graphics and cloud server markets. Mobile Business Unit (MBU): This segment includes DRAM, NAND Flash and NOR Flash products sold to the smartphone, feature phone and tablet mobile-device market. Storage Business Unit (SBU): This segment includes NAND Flash components and Solid-State Drives (SSDs) sold into enterprise and client storage, cloud and removable storage markets. This segment also includes NAND Flash products sold to Intel Corporation (Intel) through its IM Flash Technologies, LLC (IMFT) joint venture. Embedded Business Unit (EBU): This segment includes DRAM, NAND Flash and NOR Flash products sold into automotive and industrial applications, as well as the connected home and consumer electronics markets. Products DRAM DRAM products are high-density, low-cost-per-bit, random access memory devices that provide high-speed data storage and retrieval with various performance, pricing and other characteristics. DRAM products are sold by CNBU, MBU and EBU. DDR3 DRAM is a standardized, high-density, high-volume, DRAM product, which offers high speed and high bandwidth. DDR3 products are primarily targeted at computers, servers, networking devices and communications equipment. In 2014, the company offered DDR3 products in 1Gb, 2Gb and 4Gb densities. The company also offered next generation DDR4 DRAM products in 2014. Mobile Low Power Dynamic Random Access Memory (LPDRAM) products offer lower power consumption relative to other DRAM products and are used primarily in mobile phones, tablets, embedded applications, ultra-thin laptop computers and other mobile consumer devices that require low power consumption. The company offers DDR4, DDR3, DDR2 and DDR versions of LPDRAM. The company also offers other DRAM products targeted to specialty markets, including DDR2 DRAM, DDR DRAM, GDDR5 DRAM, SDRAM, Reduced Latency Dynamic Random Access Memory (RLDRAM) and Pseudo-static Dynamic Random Access Memory (PSRAM). These products are used primarily in networking devices, servers, consumer electronics, communications equipment, computer peripherals, automotive and industrial applications, as well as computer memory upgrades. In 2014, the company began selling Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) products, which are semiconductor memory devices where vertical stacks of DRAM die that are connected using through-silicon-via interconnects are placed above a small, high-speed logic layer. NAND Flash Memory NAND Flash products are electrically re-writeable, non-volatile semiconductor memory devices that retain content when power is turned off. NAND Flash is used for mass-storage devices due to its fast erase and write times, high density and low cost per bit relative to other solid-state memories. Embedded NAND Flash-based storage devices are utilized in mobile phones, SSDs, tablets, computers, industrial and automotive applications, networking and other personal and consumer applications. Removable storage devices, such as USB and Flash memory cards, are used with applications, such as PCs, digital still cameras and mobile phones. NAND Flash prod

 

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