Micron reintroduces DID Agnostic DRAM to improve supply
The Design-ID (DID) Agnostic server DRAM parts programme is available once again from Micron. The memory specialist announced the return of the programme, designed to enhance the supply and availability of DRAM.
According to Micron, the programme means less SKUs (stock keeping units) to track and manage over time, as the Micron part number will be valid and remain consistent over many years. This simplifies inventory management for channel partners and customers, said the company.
It also claimed that the transition enables better supply availability for channel partners and customers, who can submit purchase orders with one common part number. Micron can ship the most available, compatible part to alleviate issues around parts being out of stick, preventing potential shipping delays.
Kent Smith, senior manager of server DRAM product marketing, Micron commercial products group, said that offering Design-ID Agnostic server DRAM memory to channel partners and customers provides a flexible and simplified approach to server memory inventory management.
Micron Technology specialises in memory and storage solutions. The company’s portfolio consists of DRAM, NAND and NOR memory and storage products both Micron and Crucial brands. The customer base is in the data economy, enabling advances in artificial intelligence and 5G applications, from the data centre to the intelligent edge and across the client and mobile user experience.