Storage

  • Industrial-grade flash is important to embedded designs

    If you're following the trends in flash storage devices these days, you've inevitably seen the amazing advances in storage capacity at constantly redu...

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  • What exactly is software-defined storage?

    "Software-defined storage" (SDS) is one of those terms where if you ask ten people for the definition, you'll get at least eight different answers. It...

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  • 5D glass discs take storage bandwidth to light speed

    As we get closer to reaching the limits of flash capability, we naturally ponder, "What's next?" The University of Southampton believes it has the ans...

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  • COMPUTEX Taipei: Apacer launches enhanced data security SSD technology

    Computex 2015 will see the launch of Apacer's enhanced data security technology on industrial SSDs. UrKey uses a dual-connector USB dongle to control...

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  • Embedded World Preview: Flash memory for 4k ultra high definition

    The historically dominant CompactFlash card, though trusty and reliable, always had a limited shelf life in today's embedded market due to its IDE-bas...

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  • Spansion sees synergies from Cypress merger

    Spansion sees synergies from Cypress merger

    Always one of my better meetings on the conference circuit, Tom Sparkman of Spansion got right into his company's re-cent merger with fellow semicondu...

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  • Not all memory is created equal

    If you think memory is memory, think again. Spansion has made it clear that different memory types and families are particularly suited for specific a...

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  • New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    As a member of the embedded trade media I must admit that at times it's difficult to find information about particular products. In fact, it's often d...

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  • The SD and microSD cards' SPI interface suits low-end embedded systems

    The SPI interface is supported by SD and microSD cards and provides a convenient data storage interface for low-end embedded systems. Over the years,...

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  • Two approaches to protecting data in SSDs

    Solid-state drives (SSDs) are a nearly perfect fit for the embedded sector, as long as power remains reliable. Rugged characteristics, such as shock a...

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  • Industrial CFast Write Protect Option Can Save the Day

    There's often confusion around CFast cards, so I'm here to clear that up and share some embedded OEM usage models (note that we just announced an Indu...

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  • Evaluating ReRAM technology choices for cloud and data center applications

    Evaluating ReRAM technology choices for cloud and data center applications

    Resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) is the next promising memory technology in the race to develop more scalable, high-capacity, high-performance,...

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  • E-Sim cards are coming, whether the operators want them or not

    E-Sim cards are coming, whether the operators want them or not

    Embedded SIM cards hold lots of potential. The operators may not favor them, but they may not have a choice.

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  • Memory suits smart home products, really

    Memory suits smart home products, really

    New memory devices from Adesto suit smart-home products

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – NAND Flash Forward

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – NAND Flash Forward

    Is NAND Flash just about "cheapest wins"? Not for industrial apps, where older, more expensive technology wins the day. Cactus Technologies joins the Embedded Insiders

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  • Electronics components and the age of e-commerce: Does price really matter?

    Electronics components and the age of e-commerce: Does price really matter?

    One thing is true about getting older: You are able to speak about the past with some experience. I was reminded of this recently when having a conver...

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  • EEPROM reliability meets SRAM performance

    EEPROM reliability meets SRAM performance

    EERAM is a non-volatile SRAM with a shadow EEPROM backup. Data is backed up to the EEPROM automatically on power down in the presence of a small external capacitor. These devices combines the...

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  • Industrial flash passes 16,000 write abort cycles without failure

    Industrial flash passes 16,000 write abort cycles without failure

    If there is a single feature that defines the value of an industrial-grade storage device, it's the reliability. Is the solid-state drive (SSD) rugged...

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  • IoT drives the intelligent energy storage systems market

    The increasing emphasis on energy conservation is the foremost factor driving the global intelligent energy storage systems market. Since the optimum...

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  • Asking the right questions when selecting flash memory devices for industrial applications

    Asking the right questions when selecting flash memory devices for industrial applications

    Selecting flash memory devices, or solid-state drives (SSDs), for industrial applications is complex. Price-performance comparisons are of little use...

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