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wear leveling

Writing data to different flash memory locations in order to evenly distribute the wear on the cells. See flash memory.
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Express Logic LevelX delivers NAND and NOR flash wear leveling through an algorithm that reuses blocks of flash memory on lowest erase count.
InnoDisk's wear leveling architecture and technology delivers an innovative method of spreading write/erase operations on an SSD evenly across blocks.
It augments tachIOn's advanced end-to-end error correction capabilities and industry-leading methods for global and local wear leveling.
Global static wear leveling achieves high-performance distributed writing, and storage life meets the requirements of industrial equipment characterised by high usage frequency and long service periods.
FlashFX[TM] Tera features pre-written support for over 300 flash parts, including MLC, works with virtually any NAND controller, and features wear leveling, bad block management, and background compaction for unrivaled performance.
An advanced static wear leveling function developed by TDK is also included to equalize data writing to all memory areas of the Flash memory, greatly increasing the write life span of the CompactFlash cards and SSDs.
Efforts to better understand and manage Flash and SSD storage challenges - wear leveling, in particular - have greatly increased Kroll Ontrack's ability to sort out file systems and manage the complexity of data stored on Flash or SSD drives, improving the speed and quality of the recovery.
Thanks to the use of high-reliability Single Level Cell (SLC) NAND type flash memory and the global static wear leveling capability of the GBDriver RS3 that allows high-speed distributed writing, the drives achieve a storage life that meets the requirements of industrial equipment characterized by high usage frequency and long service periods.
Advanced Wear Leveling - Greenliant's NAND management technology is based on advanced static and dynamic wear-leveling algorithms that balance the wear across Erase Blocks in the entire memory subsystem, maximizing the NANDrive lifespan and allowing system engineers to address applications with long lifetime requirements.
In addition, the GBDriver RA8 series incorporates a new and original static wear leveling algorithm that averages the number of erased times of each memory block.
To satisfy these conditions, the type of memory used SLC versus MLC and system level management of wear leveling, garbage collection, FTL, ECC and security are key design considerations.