What Does Micron’s Exit Mean to 3D XPoint and to Intel? – Single User
Micron and Intel are ceasing their 3D XPoint Optane memory development effort. This five-page brief explains why this is happening and what it means to the industry. This is a single-user license.
Almost exactly three years after the initial launch of 3D XPoint memory, partners Intel and Micron announced that the two companies would cease co-development efforts after jointly completing the design of their second-generation product. What does this mean to prospective users, to Intel, to Micron, to their competition, and to investors?
This 5-page Brief examines Intel’s Optane/XPoint strategy and explains the effort’s financial losses and why it has ended. Two charts help to explain where XPoint is used and its impact on Intel’s profitability to help the reader to understand the magnitude of the problem.
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