Peter Clarke, Electronics360
January 8, 2014
Micron Technology Inc. (Boise, Idaho) has stopped actively selling phase-change memory (PCM) chip but says it still plans to re-enter the market at some point in the future.
The company has removed the 128-Mbit 90nm serial and parallel NOR pin-out PCM devices from the products listed on its website. The company also developed a 45nm 1-Gbit PCM memory that it supplied to Nokia for inclusion in mobile phones although that is not thought to have been offered as a standard product for general sale.
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