NVRAM

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NVRAM

NVRAM

(1) (Non-Volatile RAM) A storage technology that retains its content without power. Solid state drives (SSDs) and flash memory are examples. See non-volatile memory, solid state drive and flash memory.

(2) (Non-Volatile RAM) Dynamic RAM (DRAM) or static RAM (SRAM) memory chips that are backed up by battery or non-volatile storage in the event of failure. See BBSRAM, nvSRAM, dynamic RAM and static RAM.
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The need for non-volatile DRAM capability necessary for optimizing regular access to big data's complicated information sets has increased the adoption of NVDIMM technology in enterprise servers and storage devices.
the Analog and Digital Company delivering essential mixed-signal semiconductor solutions, today announced the industry s first NVM Express (NVMe) enterprise non-volatile DRAM (NV-DRAM) controller with native support for PCIeA Gen 3.
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IDT([R])) (NASDAQ: IDTI), the Analog and Digital Company[TM] delivering essential mixed-signal semiconductor solutions, today announced the industry's first NVM Express (NVMe) enterprise non-volatile DRAM (NV-DRAM) controller with native support for PCIe([R]) Gen 3.
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These "hot files" are placed on Solid Data's Excellerator and stored in non-volatile DRAM, which provides dramatically faster access than the mechanical access of magnetic disk drives.
Marvell's low-latency 8GB non-volatile DRAM write cache adapter is an enabling technology for SolidFire to deliver world-class high-performance and high-efficiency storage systems to cloud service providers.
These 'hot files' are placed on Solid Data's Excellerator and stored in non-volatile DRAM, which provides dramatically faster access than the mechanical access of magnetic disk drives.
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