Raj Hazra, Senior VP & GM – Computer & networking Business Unit,...

Raj Hazra, Senior VP & GM – Computer & networking Business Unit, Micron says Memory at the Heart of AI Innovation at Computex 2021

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Raj Hazra, senior vice president for computing and networking at Micron

By 2025, 90 percent of enterprises with embedded AI.

By 2025, 75% of the organizations will operationalise AI systems

Raj Hazra, senior vice president for computing and networking at Micron, said in a press briefing that the Micron 1α-based memory provides advanced technology to power innovation from data-centric workloads on server platforms to consumers’ slim notebooks. The 1-alpha design enables power-efficiency improvements for memory, enabling longer laptop battery life for both the work-from-home and study-from-home environments. Micron has partnered with Taiwan OEM Acer to integrate 1α-based LPDDR4x and DDR4 into Acer systems.

Micron Technology unveiled new memory and storage products that it said could better serve data-driven businesses as the data economy continues to develop.

The new flash memory and dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips were designed to deal with the bottleneck in feeding data between memory, storage, and processing solutions in modern computers.

The new products include its first 176-layer NAND flash and 1α DRAM technology, as well as what Micron touted as the industry’s first Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 3.1 solution for automotive applications. The products will serve everything from enterprises to games.

Hazra said, “Within the next 4 years the world of AI will witness a pervasive growth fuelled by the tremendous amount of data. 90 percent of enterprises with embedded AI by 2025. By 2025, 75% of the organizations will operationalise AI systems.”