write cycle

write cycle

(1) See SSD write cycle.

(2) The operation of writing data into a memory or storage device.
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Range -20 C +85 C Read Access Time 100 ns Read Cycle Time Write Cycle Time 150 ns Data Retention Period over 10 years Write Cycle endurance over 1010 (10 billion cycles) Package TSOP-48
5V) write cycle time and 16-byte page write options enable faster writes to the device.
In addition, Motorola's devices consume 40 percent less current during a read or write cycle when compared to existing 1-Megabit late write devices currently on the market.
This new Atmel low-voltage, nonvolatile memory offers designers read access speeds to 200 nanoseconds with page write cycle times of 10 milliseconds.
In addition to offering greater endurance, FRAM memory from Ramtron, which uses a thin film ferroelectric material to create its nonvolatile element, also offers faster write cycle times than competing products (200 nanoseconds, or billionths of a second, instead of 10 milliseconds, or millionths of a second, for EEPROM), completely random access, and single 5 volt operation within the device.
Write Cycle Time: The AT24C164 offers a write cycle time of ten milliseconds and is available as fast as one millisecond (typical) with special testing.
The result of having a single write cycle is dramatically increased throughput for RFID label printers and applicators, and for assembly lines.
As per Flash memory specifications, it can be determined that the write cycle endurance of a 16GB L's PuRAM-GO(TM) Drive is abound 157 years at 1TB worth of writes per day, more than 100 times the lifespan of an average hard drive.
It is also not significantly impacted by the number of write cycles it can endure, which makes it more durable.
With FRAM providing write cycles up to 33,000-times faster than conventional EEPROM memories the latest IN Tag transponder enables much faster accesses than EEPROM memory-based tags.
In comparison a top-tier SLC-based SSD can endure up to 100,000 write cycles.