nonvolatile storage


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nonvolatile storage

[¦nän′väl·ə·təl ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
A computer storage medium that retains information in the absence of power, such as a magnetic tape, drum, or core. Also known as nonvolatile memory.
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The need for reliable, low-power, low-cost, nonvolatile storage has become increasingly important as the embedded computing and mobile application markets have grown, and has largely been satisfied by flash memory devices.
1T/1C FRAM technology lays the groundwork for memories that can combine the density of DRAM and the low power, equal read/write speed of SRAM with the nonvolatile storage capability of Flash or EEPROM.
Through our combined efforts, we cut our time to market significantly allowing us to meet and deliver the best-in-class nonvolatile storage needs to our customers," added Eastman.
In addition, the FM24CL64 introduces a variety of possibilities for write-intensive applications, such as data collection, configuration storage and RAM expansion as well as nonvolatile storage in power-sensitive systems, allowing users to extend battery life and improve system performance.
In addition, the FM24CL16 is ideal nonvolatile storage, in any power sensitive system, allowing users to extend battery life and improve system performance.
The DS2760 includes 32 bytes of user-lockable EEPROM for true nonvolatile storage of critical data such as chemistry, cell capacity, date of manufacture, warranty, and cycle count.