Who We Are
The world is moving to a new economic model, where data is driving value creation in ways we had not imagined just a few years ago. Data is today’s new business currency, and memory and storage are emerging as strategic differentiators that will redefine how we extract value from data to learn, explore, communicate and experience.
As the leader in innovative memory solutions, Micron is helping the world make sense of data by delivering technology that is transforming how the world uses information to enrich life for all. Through our global brands — Micron and Crucial — we offer the industry’s broadest portfolio. We are the only company manufacturing today’s major memory and storage technologies: DRAM, NAND, NOR and 3D XPoint™ memory. Our solutions are purpose built to leverage the value of data to unlock financial insights, accelerate scientific breakthroughs and enhance communication around the world.
From our roots in Boise, Idaho, Micron has grown into an influential global presence committed to being the best memory company in the world. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism and supporting our global community.
Our commitment to sustainable practices
Micron’s approach to sustainability is a reflection of how we have done business for over 40 years. Our dedication to employee health and safety, environmental quality and community support worldwide is detailed in our 2020 Sustainability Report.
Our history of giving back started in 1999 when we established the Micron Foundation and identified science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education as a priority for Idaho students. Today, the Micron Foundation’s initiatives have become leading resources for educators and students in Idaho communities and beyond, and we donate millions of dollars to organizations and events identified by our local teams around the world.
Endowed with gifts from Micron Technology, Inc., the Micron Technology Foundation’s mission is to develop effective programs that promote math, science, and engineering education and to participate in activities that address the priorities and concerns of the communities where Micron employees live and work.
Micron by the numbers
- $21.4B FY20 annual revenue
- 4th Largest semiconductor company in the world
- 134 on the 2020 Fortune 500
- 44,000 patents granted and growing
- 17 countries
- 13 manufacturing sites* and 14 customer labs
- 40,000 team members
- Boise, Idaho, USA
- Hiroshima, Japan
- Lehi, Utah, USA
- Manassas, Virginia, USA
- Muar, Malaysia
- Taichung, Taiwan
- Taoyuan, Taiwan
- Xian, China
- All Micron Locations
*Some manufacturing locations have more than one manufacturing site.