Memory Chip Fabrication Process


Memory Chip Fabrication from Design to Packaging

Micron shares their process for memory chip fabrication in their state-of-the-art nanofab cleanrooms
From laptops to mobile phones to connected cars and homes, memory and storage are helping change how the world works, plays, communicates and connects. Check out this behind the scenes look at Micron’s state of the art fabrication process for how memory chips are made – from initial design all the way through testing and packaging.

About Micron - Memory Chip Fabrication

About Micron Technology, Inc.

Memory Chip Fabrication Process

For nearly 40 years, Micron’s teams of dreamers, visionaries, and scientists have redefined innovation—designing and building some of the world’s most advanced memory and semiconductor technologies. Micron Technology develops the technologies that transform what’s possible.

Micron Technology, Inc. began in 1978 as a four-person semiconductor design company in the basement of a Boise, Idaho, dental office. By 1980 Micron had broken ground on our first fabrication plant, and then just a few years later introduced the world’s smallest 256K DRAM. In 1985, Micron earned a spot on the Fortune 500 and have grown into an industry leader through our technology innovations, key partnerships and strategic acquisitions around the world. Check out the milestones that have made us who we are today.

Growth Through Acquisitions 
Micron’s path to global leadership began with the acquisition of Texas Instruments’ DRAM memory business in 1998. Since that time, Micron has continued to grow through numerous strategic acquisitions – each one bringing a unique and complimentary addition to our portfolio and global presence.

Growth Through Innovation
For nearly 40 years, Micron has been instrumental to the world’s most significant technology advancements. With a track record of innovation that includes over 26,000 patents, Micron’s team is transforming the way the world uses data and sparking countless possibilities in technology.