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Generative AI

Micron’s purpose-built memory and storage solutions enable endpoint generative AI experiences for all, from real-time natural language processing to personal assistants and AI artwork. Sign up for our AI newsletter to learn how Micron brings the speed and capacity required to run generative AI applications on endpoint devices.

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AI in business

Micron’s high-performance memory and storage solutions drive practical business intelligence. Sign up for our AI newsletter and be the first to hear about our latest high-performance solutions for machine learning, deep learning and practical AI business applications like personal recommendation engines for e-commerce and IP-friendly generative AI models.

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Smart sight: how Micron uses AI to enhance yield and quality

It’s not rocket science — it’s way more complex than that. Read this case study to learn how Micron has implemented AI in our smart manufacturing fabs and across many areas of business to achieve historic levels of quality.

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Generative AI: a wave of innovation

Generative AI is more than a buzzword. It’s a transformative technology that Micron uses in many aspects of business and manufacturing, enabling Micron team members to work side by side with AI throughout the workday.

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In Industry 5.0, great minds will literally think alike

What does the future of smart manufacturing and the smart factory look like? We explore cutting-edge AI technologies that are being implemented today to shape the next industrial revolution and the memory and storage solutions that make it all possible.

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Industrial Quotient, living the industrial AI mindset

Smart manufacturing facilities and tools are built to last. Creating the memory and storage solutions to support AI-driven factories requires a laser-focused mindset on the needs of industrial applications. Learn how Micron supports our industrial customers who, in turn, support us.

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Micron’s AI product offerings

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HBM3 Gen2

The industry’s fastest, highest-capacity1 high-bandwidth memory is Micron HBM3 Gen2. Our memory supports AI training and acceleration in the most sophisticated compute platforms designed for cognitive technology.

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Performant AI server platforms require enormous amounts of memory and DDR5 is the fastest mainstream memory solution designed specifically for the needs of data center workloads. Micron’s high-density modules provide the capacity to meet the extreme data needs of AI systems.

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9400 NVMe™ SSD

The Micron 9400 NVMe SSD is built to manage critical AI workloads and performance-focused databases. This SSD shows up to 25% higher performance and 23% lower response time2 than the competition when using graphic direct storage (GDS) for AI workloads.

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For endpoint devices like mobile phones, striking a balance of power efficiency and performance is key for AI-driven user experiences. Micron LPDDR5X offers the speed and bandwidth you need to have powerful generative AI at hand.

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Frequently asked questions

Machine learning vs. AI? What are the differences?

The classic definition of artificial intelligence is the science and engineering of making intelligent machines. Machine learning is a subfield or branch of AI that involves complex algorithms, such as neural networks, decision trees and large language models (LLMs) with structured and unstructured data to determine outcomes. Classifications or predictions based on certain input criteria are made based upon these algorithms. Examples of machine learning are recommendation engines, facial recognition systems and autonomous vehicles.

What memory is best for AI workloads?

When it comes to AI workloads, memory plays a crucial role in determining the overall performance of the system. Two prominent types of memory that are often considered for AI workloads are high-bandwidth memory (HBM) and double data rate (DDR) memory, specifically DDR5. Which memory is right for an AI workload depends on various factors, including the specific requirements of the AI algorithms, the scale of data processing and the overall system configuration. Both HBM3 Gen2 and DDR5 offer significant advantages, and their suitability depends on the specific use case, budget and available hardware options. Micron offers the latest generation of HBM3 Gen2 and DDR5.

HBM3 Gen2 memory is the highest end solution in terms of bandwidth, speed and energy efficiency1 due to its advanced architecture and high-bandwidth capabilities. DDR5 memory modules are generally more mainstream and cost-effective at scale than HBM solutions.

What storage is best for AI workloads?

For AI workloads, the ideal storage solution depends on several factors. Key considerations should include speed, performance, capacity, reliability, endurance and scalability. The best storage solution for AI workloads depends on the specific demands of your applications, your budget and your overall system configuration. Micron can offer the best-in-class NVMe SSDs for your specific needs. The Micron 9400 NVMe SSD sets a new performance benchmark for PCIe® Gen4 storage. It packs in up to 30TB of capacity and is designed for critical workloads like AI training, high-frequency trading, and database acceleration. The Micron 6500 ION NVMe SSD is the ideal high-capacity solution for networked data lakes.

1 Micron HBM3 Gen2 provides higher memory bandwidth that exceeds 1.2TB/s and 50% more capacity for same stack height. Data rate testing estimates based on shmoo plot of pin speed performed in manufacturing test environment.

2 25% higher performance and 23% lower response time compared to competition when performing 4KB transfer in a busy GDS system.