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Micron Advances Client SSDs With 176-Layer

The tech industry is like no other in which I’ve been involved. In the last 20 or more years, innovation has been continuous, built by some of the smartest minds around. I’m privileged and excited to lead teams of these smart people.

The collaboration extends beyond Micron. We regularly collaborate with our customers and key ecosystem partners to solve some tough problems and bring real, tangible benefits to so many. You can also get micron technology programs via https://www.elprotronic.com/collections/micron-technology-inc. 

Together, we design solutions to solve some of the most demanding client-compute-related challenges:

  • Making fast, high-quality SSD storage more affordable

  • Enabling smaller and lighter mobile to compute without sacrificing performance

  • Helping on-the-go students and families carry less and manage their connectivity more efficiently

  • Harnessing the value of immense data assets and taming the most data-intensive applications — all while remaining mobile

  • Balancing cost vs. performance trade-offs to solve challenges with the latest storage technology, efficiently supporting the most demanding use cases

At Micron, we know that innovations like these aren’t easy. To innovate takes curiosity, tenacity, and a sense of purpose. Ever since Micron started in 1978, innovation has been in our DNA and it continues with our latest line of SSDs.

Previously, we announced the production of the world’s most advanced 3D NAND built with 176-layer technology. 

Today, we’re announcing two powerful and efficient client SSDs with NVMe™ PCIe Gen4 for the client OEM market built on this advanced 176-layer NAND — the first Micron-branded SSDs to use NAND of this type. 

These SSDs, the Micron 3400 SSD and the Micron 2450 SSD are available for data-intensive workstations as well as for ultrathin, ultraportable notebooks.