Micron Improves Its Legacy on DRAM
How Micron Changes the World's Technology:
In Micron Technology Inc. today is working on a 2-gigabit and 4-gigabit that result in decreased power intake in the backup to offer extended battery life, while continuing the high presentation and cost efficiency of PC DRAM. Micron was the first DRAM provider certified on the Ivy Bridge platform with DDR3L-RS, setting the industry average for reduced backup PC DRAM. In addition to the 2Gb and 4Gb devices, Micron has been creating the sampling 8Gb x 32 DDR3L-RS and is distributing testers of 8Gb x 16 DDR3L-RS. The production of this product is scheduled for December of 2012. These products suggest extra system design elasticity by decreasing board space and accumulating density. Extra power and footprint funds are estimated with the presentation of DDR4-RS in the early 2013.
Micron Technology also recently publicized that it is now the first company that established Intel's authenticated DDR3L-RS memory products. The 30nm SDRAM is now in production and is directed at ultra thin computers and tablets. The main benefit of the parts is that they have reduced power intake that permits for extended battery life. The reduction is accomplished through lesser power take in reserve and doesn't come at the cost of losing the efficiency and power of PC DRAM. They also were proud to announce that the Tokyo District Court's order the approval of the proposal of Elpida Memory Inc.'s reformation plan to creditors as part of Elpida's corporate reformation accounts. Elpida's plan of reformation calls for Micron to promote Elpida's reformation and to provide for the blend of Elpida and Micron.