memory protect

memory protect

[′mem·rē prə‚tekt]
(computer science)
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A skin tone memory bias highlights how memory protects this 'darker is more negative' belief by distorting counterstereotypic Black individuals' skin tone to appear lighter and perhaps to be perceived as less threatening.
Native drive capacity of 1 TB (using four 250 GB drives) or 2 TB (using four 500 GB drives); - RAID 1 (mirrored) or RAID 5 (Striped with Parity) hard drives protect against data loss; - Dual Gigabit Ethernet connections provide redundant network connection; - Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory protects against memory errors; - True hot-swappable drives enable recovery from disk failure without downtime; - Microsoft Active Directory Services and Distributed File System provide seamless network integration; - Computer Associates eTrust(TM) Antivirus software protects against virus attacks; - Volume Shadow Copy Service enables point-in-time file recovery; - EMC Retrospect(R) Express(R) software enable automatic client-level backup and scheduled backup of desktops, laptops, and workstations.
More than that, by providing users the ability to modify and keep current the system in the most cost-effective and secure way, this approach to embedded memory protects the value of the manufacturer's considerable SoC investment.
The 128MB (approximately 100MB user available) of non-volatile flash memory protects users' documents and information, even if the device is not charged and the power runs down.
The ECC memory protects data integrity by automatically correcting single bit errors, ensuring reliable data to the CPUs without halting processing.