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Micron Reorg Focuses on 4 Key Businesses

4/7/2014 05:00 PM EDT
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markwrob
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not much here about the reorg
markwrob   4/7/2014 7:54:35 PM
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I was expecting a little more meat regarding the reorg, considering the title of this article.  Names of the division or BU leaders, for example.

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still stuck with DRAM?
resistion   4/7/2014 9:05:46 PM
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The NVM term is vague, but the DRAM term is very clear. No DRAM replacements planned at least in short term. A little strange considering scaling is going to be more difficult, but also understandable, since they just secured a top 2-3 spot.

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Re: still stuck with DRAM?
elctrnx_lyf   4/8/2014 3:37:50 PM
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This restructuring will help Micron on the long run because of the overall sketch of memory applications is changing.

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DRAM to NAND conversion?
resistion   4/8/2014 4:05:23 PM
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So they have enough DRAM for their market share?

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