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In this paper we have presented some dependability aspects regarding the design of a cache memory.
However, the cache memory and processing power are still limited and not scalable and at some point may be a bottleneck.
Kingston's developing the 256KB cache memory module is part of a continued effort in supporting Compaq systems.
For example, a CASD 4000 with 16MB of cache memory, in a rack mountable shelf, will have an end user list price of $15,800.
Cache mirroring: Read cache is inherently tolerant to cache memory failures because the data in the read cache is a copy of the "real" data on the back-end disks.
Specific applications for the 32K x 36 SRAMs include cache memory in file servers, desktop personal computers, workstations and portables.
High data protection and data integrity with ECC (error correction counters) in cache memory and accumulator memories.
Like the DTI family, the DTE33 supports Intel's "OverDrive" clock-doubling CPUs and optional secondary cache memory.
The AMCC StorSave Platform supplies power to the cache memory module in the event of a system power loss and includes proprietary features that utilize a write journaling technique.
In products with significant cache memory (64MB or more) on-board the controller, performance will be higher in all cases due to the distinctly higher abilities of the controller and will perform in a vastly superior manner regardless of RAID mode.
This module is a candidate for a secondary cache memory in a parallel processor being developed for the Air Force.
To improve data access for SAN environments, RAID controller manufacturers add cache memory on the controller board to temporarily store data.