back to article DRAM, we've shifted a lot of kit, mumbles profit-munching chip firm Micron

Micron's latest quarter revenues were up 58 per cent year on year, its CEO told an earnings call full of analysts eager to nibble at the chip-fryer's plate. The semiconductor firm reported $7.35bn revenues for the second fiscal 2018 quarter, up 58 per cent compared to $4.65bn a year ago and $6.8bn in the preceding quarter, up …

  1. Adam Jarvis

    Those still choosing Samsung SSDs...

    No longer need to.

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    *(Crucial's MX500 250GB is 20% cheaper than the Samsung 860 250GB)

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    "It appears that sub-1nm DRAM lithography may not happen"

    You don't say!

    Okay I'll bite. Sub-1 nm will not happen because it's sub-10 nm that is being questioned. But what's an order of magnitude among friends, it's not like you can't make your atoms and electrons smaller if you need to etc.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Xpoint Plans for Micron

    3D XPoint is not a great product for Micron as it adds another level of memory to replace either NAND or DRAM neither of which is great for Micron. Intel is shipping products that look like SLC NAND SSDs... and someday might ship Optane DIMMS . .... what is Micron planning to make? Is Micron going to do a Optane DIMM for AMD and ARM to compete with Intel? ARM is hinting at that at conferences.... AMD would love to get involved

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