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Memory for Every G

Accelerating the 5G experience

5G is expected to make data access many times faster and interconnect increasingly more devices. From better health care technology through Internet of Things (IoT) to advances in AI-powered mobile photography — Micron memory and storage will drive 5G innovation.

Micron Memory Is at the Heart of 5G

Better 5G Built From Better Memory

5G is incredibly complex, with technical challenges that must be solved across the entire ecosystem. Micron is bringing everything from low-power-consumption DRAM to application-specific multichip packages to help solve that complexity.

Solve 5G Data Challenges at the Edge

As 5G dramatically increases the amount of data we use, generate and store, computing power must continue expanding to the physical network and devices at the edge. With this expansion will come data challenges that require advanced memory and storage to solve.

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Security Starts at the Component Level

5G enables IoT at a massive scale, which in turn could lead to huge security challenges. So we build security right into the silicon to combat these risks.

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Why the Future of Mobile Devices Depend on Memory

Many of us depend more than ever on our mobile devices to stay involved in our communities and the world at large. Specifically, the cameras in our smartphones have helped us to document and to connect our lives. Learn why the smartphone may be the most important consumer device today.

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Micron and 5G: More Than Memory

We bring a unique perspective to 5G with our memory-centric approach. Everyone from our engineers to our CEO thinks of 5G as a holistic system. Learn about the crucial contribution that memory makes to that system.


"5G is a truly transformative technology, providing the ubiquitous connections that will power breakthrough applications like autonomous driving, smart cities, advanced telemedicine and industrial automation. Fast data access and analysis will be at the center of those technologies, making memory and storage absolutely essential."

Sanjay Mehrotra

Micron President and CEO

The Future Runs on Mobile Memory

In this podcast, Raj Talluri shares his views on the future of mobile and the possibilities of 5G.

"There is more AI and machine learning in the [smartphone] camera than in many other devices. If the phone can detect what it’s taking a picture of, it can produce a much better picture."

Raj Talluri

Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Mobile Business Unit at Micron
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Memory Puts the Smart in Smartphones

As more advanced capabilities emerge in smartphones, memory and storage requirements are increasing dramatically. Complex mobile applications — such as AI assistants, AR/VR, multistream videos and advanced imaging — are driving the need for faster and higher-capacity memory and storage to enable the desired experience.

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Smartphone Memory Trend
Internal Storage Trend

Maximum internal memory (LPDRAM) available in smartphone by year. Source: Micron internal, Android Central

Explore the Possibilities of 5G Innovation With Micron

Better, Faster 5G Smartphones

Micron low-power DDR5 memory provides high-density storage for smartphones. Learn how LPDDR5 can increase battery life and deliver a performance increase.

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5G and the Intelligent Edge

The growing quantity of data being created nowadays predicts stronger demand for our memory and storage products. Micron is leading the charge to create new solutions for our customers to get even more value from this data.

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Next-Gen Mobile Memory Liberates 5G Innovation

At Micron, we are staying ahead of the curve to provide the memory and storage foundation that allows the mobile customer to take advantage of the high-speed, low-latency, multiple-device connectivity in the 5G infrastructure.

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