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November 10, 2010

Micron introduces NOR flash memory device for automotive customers

Plans to begin mass production in 2011

By CBR Staff Writer

Micron Technology, announced Axcell NOR flash memory device for automotive applications, strengthening its portfolio of products and technologies for the automotive market.

Micron Embedded Solutions Group vice president Tom Eby said with the introduction of the 65nm NOR flash device, Micron strengthens its role as a full-service provider for automotive customers.

Microns automotive portfolio now includes legacy and advanced DRAM solutions, a broad offering of NOR and NAND flash memories, and a range of e-MMC memory solutions.

The company said the new 65nm 512-megabit automotive Axcell NOR device with a parallel interface is compliant with automotive industry standards and meets the data integrity requirements for all flash memory components used in automobiles.

Micron plans to begin mass production in 2011.

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