Micron Technology, a leading semiconductor manufacturing company based in Boise, Idaho, USA, experienced a fire incident at its backend factory in Houli, Taiwan, on June 20th, 2024. According to reports from Taiwanese media, the fire broke out at 5:34 PM and was accompanied by gas leakage and white smoke. The local fire department arrived to find that the factory personnel had already extinguished the flames. Fortunately, there were no injuries reported, and the cause of the fire remains unclear.

Approximately 65% of Micron's DRAM products are manufactured in Taiwan, highlighting the importance of the affected facility. In a statement released by Micron Taiwan late on June 20th, it was confirmed that all personnel were safe and the incident did not impact factory operations.

Micron is a global leader in memory and storage solutions, offering a wide range of products including flash chips, memory chips, solid-state drives (SSDs), memory sticks, and embedded solutions. The company has maintained a significant presence in both the United States and China, with its Chinese headquarters located in Shenzhen.

The quick response and effective emergency measures taken by Micron's staff have mitigated potential damages and underscored the company's commitment to safety and operational resilience. As the investigation into the cause of the fire continues, Micron reassures its customers and stakeholders of its uninterrupted operations and quality standards.