We make memory

And we do it better than anyone else.

3D XPoint Work & Play

You can find it in devices you use everyday.

  • Solid State Drives
    solid state drives
  • Ultrabooks
  • Tablets
  • Phones

Something so small will take your breath away.

The memory we manufacture is measured in nanometers.
How small is a nanometer you ask? Ridiculously small.

Human Hair 10-4

10-4 A single human hair is about 0.1 (one tenth) of a millimeter wide.
0.1 millimeter = 100,000nm (100 thousand nanometers)

Red Blood Cells 10-5

10-5 A red blood cell is only 10 micrometers wide.
10 micrometers = 10,000nm (10 thousand nanometers)

Bacteria 10-6

10-6 A lone bacteria cell is roughly 1 micrometer wide.
1 micrometer = 1,000nm (1 thousand nanometers)

Virus 10-7

A virus particle is 0.1 (one tenth) of a micrometer wide.
0.1 micrometer = 100nm (1 hundred nanometers)

DNA 10-8

The diameter of a DNA double strand is about 3 nanometers wide.

Molecular Structure 10-9

A sugar molecule is close to 1 nanometer wide.

Nano Abacus 10-10

A carbon atom is 0.1 (one tenth) of a nanometer wide.

A tiny chip can hold MASSIVE amounts of data

What can it hold? 16 GB of memory can hold:

We are changing the way the world stores information.

We make our parents proud.

We make 3D XPoint - the most technologically advanced memory in the world. IM Flash is a joint venture formed by Intel and Micron in 2006. We're located in Lehi, Utah, just 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City and have a brilliant workforce of over 1700 strong.

Intel   Micron


Explore the memory making process and where we work.
You might want to check out our job openings, too.

explore the memory making process
what is it like to work at IM Flash?