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Marvell Expands Its Award-Winning SSD Product Suite by Introducing Advanced BGA SSD Controllers for New Generation of Slim, High Performance Computing Devices

Marvell's 88NV1160 doubles the performance of best-in-class DRAM-less controllers and advances the deployment of Host Memory Buffer technology

Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL), a world leader in storage, cloud infrastructure, Internet of Things (IoT), connectivity and multimedia semiconductor solutions, today announced the expansion of its solid-state drive (SSD) portfolio to include the 88NV1160 Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) Express DRAM-less SSD controller. Marvell’s 88NV1160 DRAM-less SSD controller provides the industry’s leading performance per Watt and up to 1600MB/s read speeds. The 88NV1160 can be used in a single ball grid array (BGA) package SSD, as well as in a standalone controller in a tiny 9x10mm package which makes it compatible with M.2230 and M.2242 form factors. These features make the 88NV1160 optimized for a new generation of slim computing devices such as productivity tablets and ultrabooks. The new controller is currently available for sampling to key customers globally.

Micron Introduces Industry's Best-in-Class SLC NAND Flash for IoT and Automotive

New high-performance NAND Flash enables faster, more reliable, secure and cost-effective data storage

Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU), today announced its newest embedded SLC NAND Flash optimized for the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT) and automotive applications. Available with differing interfaces to accommodate design,  Micron's second generation Serial (SPI) NAND and fifth generation parallel SLC NAND, offers the industry's best-in-class reliability1 and read and program performance, ease of design and advanced security features.

Micron Cuts Jobs Amid a Challenging Global Memory Market

U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturer Micron Technology Inc. said Thursday (June 30) it'd cut an unspecified amount jobs as part of a string of cost cutting initiatives in the face of challenging conditions in the international memory chip market.

Mark Durcan, Micron CEO, said in a conference call with analysts following Micron’s quarterly report that the firm considers the cost cutting measures are wise and will help provide the greatest long term results for the business.
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