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Founded 1978
Headquarters Boise
Website www.micron.com

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Latest Micron news

  • Things look brighter for Micron

    Things are starting to look up for the memory maker Micron.
  • Rambus and Micron settle at last

    Chipmaker Micron and the former chip designer turned patent troll Rambus have finally ended a 12 year court battle.
  • China gives memory makers new life

    Micron is trying to buy the bankrupt Japanese chip maker Elpida Memory before the end of August, and plans to increase investment in 2014.
  • Rambus settles patent dispute with SK Hynix

    Rambus still has patent disputes with Micron Technology and STMicroelectronics over DRAM and SoC technology. However, it has made peace with LSI, Fujitsu Semiconductor, Nvidia, MediaTek and Samsung, | IDG reports.
  • Industry gears up for RAM shortage

    Between 2008 and 2012 Hynix, Micron, Nanya, Powerchip and other Samsung rivals lost a combined $21 billion.
  • NAND flash market hits record high

    Samsung and Toshiba lead the pack with a 37 and 31 percent market share respectively. Micron is in a distant second, with 14 percent of the market, followed by SK Hynix and Intel, at 11 and seven percent respectively. All the other players accounted for just three percent.
  • Micron reports net loss for Q2 2013

    Micron Technology landed itself in the red for the second quarter, posting a net loss.
  • 3D IC market to see stable growth through 2016

    According to Infiniti Research, the biggest 3D IC vendors at the moment are Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), Samsung., STMicroelectronics and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). IBM, Elpida, Intel and Micron are also working on products based on 3D ICs.
  • Korean chipmakers dominate DRAM market

    Micron is focusing its efforts on storage in mid to low end smartphones, so it is losing ground in the DRAM market. It currently accounts for just 1.3 percent of the market.
  • Researchers turn LED displays into 'Li-Fi' wireless

    Micron-sized LEDs are able to flicker on and off around 1,000 times quicker than the larger LEDs and this means faster data transfers and they also take up less space.
  • Apple did not invent slide-to-unlock

    Now the US Patent Office has decided that Apple did not really invent it after all and has awarded the invention to Micron.
  • SSD prices continue to fall

    Intel and Samsung continue to lead the market, followed by OCZ, Micron and Kingston.
  • Micron and Intel expand in Utah

    Deep in the heart of Utah, Intel and Micron have hatched a cunning plan to build more NAND flash memory capacity into their product lines.
  • Intel warned not to take Apple's business

    The whole deal reminded Covello of how Intel bounced when it started making NAND memory chips with Micron in 2005, only to be followed by an 11.5 per cent fall in the three months that followed.
  • iFixit pulls apart Microsoft's Surface

    Under the bonnet, iFixit discovered an Nvidia 1.4 GHz Tegra 3 processor, 32 GB of Samsung NAND Flash, 2 GB of DDR3 SDRAM from Micron, a power management IC from Texas Instruments, wireless MIMO SoC from Marvell, a Wolfson low power audio codec, and a Cypress Semiconductor capacitive touchscreen cont
  • Elpida accused of dodgy deals with US assets

    The bondholders, who are fighting a sale to Micron, are to ask a US bankruptcy court for greater oversight of Elpida's US assets.
  • Dying Elpida caught up in shareholder inferno

    Shareholders are fighting to keep Micron from getting its paws on the failed chipmaker Elpida.
  • Rambus loses patent suit against LSI and STMicroelectronics

    Rambus isn't one to shy away from the courts, however as of late judges have put a stop on its success. Back in November it lost a costly  $3.95 billion jury trial over its allegations that Micron and Hynix Semiconductor conspired to revent its memory chips from becoming an industry standard.

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