persistent memory

persistent memory

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persistent storage

(1) Storage for permanent data such as customers and vendors. Contrast with transient storage. See hard drive and SSD.

(2) Storage that does not lose its content when power is removed. The most common persistent storage is flash memory, which is used in solid state drives (SSDs) and USB drives. See flash memory, SSD and storage vs. memory.
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Based on 2nd generation Intel[R] Xeon[R] Scalable processors and featuring Intel[R] Optane(TM) DC persistent memory, the Frontera system is poised to accelerate scientific research and innovation.
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