Micron to invest up to $100 billion in New York memory chip plant
Micron Technology plans to invest up to $100 billion in constructing a cutting-edge memory chip plant in Clay, New York.
Micron announced the project this morning. Once completed, the semiconductor plant will be the biggest chip manufacturing plant ever built in the United States, according to t... Read more
Micron announces $15 billion memory chip plant in Idaho
Micron Technology revealed plans to build a new $15 billion memory chip plant in Idaho.
Idaho-based Micron is a leading DRAM and flash memory chips manufacturer. The company's products can be found in anything from data center servers to cell phones. Micron earned $27.7 billion in sales in its f... Read more
Micron to invest $40 billion in US chip manufacturing
The move amounts to the largest ever investment in US memory manufacturing.
This week Micron announced that it would invest $40 billion through the end of the decade to build leading-edge memory manufacturing in multiple phases in the US. With the anticipated grants and credits made possible by ... Read more
Micron’s new SSDs could change data centers forever
Micron's latest NAND modules bring the 'perfect' data center SSD one step closer.
Micron recently announced a new NAND design. NAND is a storage technology for solid state drives (SSD). Micron develops NAND modules in hopes of producing faster and larger SDDs. Ultimately, the SSDs end up in PCs ... Read more
‘Chip shortages will also hit DRAM supply’
This year, a major shortage of DRAM memory is expected. Sanjay Mehrotra, the CEO of Micron, expects this shortage to worsen over the course of the year. Problems such as natural disasters and political unrest will only make the chip shortages worse.
This is what the leader of the memory chip man... Read more
Micron is done with 3D XPoint and is selling its factory
After almost a decade of investments and slow progress, Micron announced on Tuesday that it is ending its involvement in the development of 3D XPoint, a non-volatile memory technology, which was originally developed in partnership with Intel.
As it stops all research & development on 3D XPoi... Read more
Micron sees shortage of memory chips for 2021
High Cloud demand and a rebounding enterprise market will keep supplies tight this year.
US memory maker Micron sees the chronic shortage of DRAM in the market to continue throughout this year - and that is good for business, according to Micron CFO David Zinsner.
In fact, the company has upd... Read more
Micron increases competition for Intel with new hard drive
Chip manufacturer Micron Technology has introduced a new hard drive for data centers. This will make the company more competitive with Intel, with which it has worked for more than ten years.
The new Micron drive is called the X100, writes Reuters. The X100 is an SSD that can be plugged directly... Read more
Americans sue Chinese and Taiwanese companies for stealing trade secrets
The Department of Justice has today charged two companies - one from China and one from Taiwan - as well as three Taiwanese. They would have stolen trade secrets from an American semiconductor development and manufacturing company.
The American government claims that the Chinese government is violat... Read more
Micron will cease joint venture IM Flash with Intel in 2019
Micron Technology states that it is taking an option to acquire Intel's stake in IM Flash Technologies. The flash memory joint venture is currently still owned by both companies, but this will change for $1.5 billion.
IM Flash was founded in 2005 and is currently the world's only manufacturer of 3D ... Read more