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[February 11, 2013]

Analysis of Micron Technology

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3bvkl5/analysis_of) has announced the addition of the "Analysis of Micron Technology" company profile to their offering.

Micron Technology is a manufacturer of specialized semiconductor applications. The company has product lines spread across DRAMs, flash memory and metal oxide semiconductors. The company is based in the United States with presence spread across APAC, Europe and Japan. The company manufactures high grade storage solutions for the mobile devices, automotive, industrial and consumer electronics industry. Micron's reputed customers like Dell and Intel among others are using flash memory solutions in their servers and high end products. The research efforts of Micron have now enabled it to further participate in solutions for the tablet and ultrathin segments. A new business direction being explored by the company is in the solar power industry.

This complete and comprehensive analysis of Micron Technology, includes an overview of the industry the company operates in and then moves on to analyzing the company itself.

Company analysis includes a history of Micron Technology, a business segment analysis of the segments Micron Technology operates through, a look at the organization structure of the company, a geographical operating segments analysis, an analysis of the company's major competitors.

A financial analysis of Micron Technology is presented in the report which includes a ratio analysis, basic profit and loss analysis, presentation of the company balance sheet, and much more.

A SWOT Framework Analysis of Micron Technology completes this in-depth company analysis.

Key Topics Covered A. Executive Summary B. Looking at the Industry C. Looking at Micron Technology D. Looking at Business E. SWOT Framework Analysis F. Profiling the Competition G. Financial Analysis of the Company H. Future Perspective I. Glossary of Terms Companies Mentioned - Advanced Micro Devices - Broadcom Corporation - Intel Corporation - Micron Technology For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3bvkl5/analysis_of CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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