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    We tell you how the combination of flash memory and SSDs can help your organization achieve higher performance levels, cut storage costs and improve green storage initiatives.

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  • Flash memory storage speeds past slow write cliffs

    IT teams once burned by flash memory storage are giving the hardware another look as new approaches arrive on the market.

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  • Flash memory drive defragmentation: Does it make sense?

    Even though flash memory devices have no moving parts, there is still some justification for defragmentation.

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  • Flash memory devices not ready to serve as OS drives

    To speed boot times, some people try to use flash memory devices as operating system drives. But cost, transfer speed and durability issues make this prohibitively difficult.

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  • Brief: SanDisk, TDK sign flash memory card agreement

    Sunnyvale, Calif.-based SanDisk Corp. and Tokyo - headquartered TDK Corp., disclosed that the two flash memory manufacturers have signed a worldwide cross-licensing patent agreement that encompasses both TDK's flash memory card products and SanDisk's flash memory integrated circuits and flash...

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  • What’s the difference between flash memory and conventional RAM?

    Even though vendors refer to flash memory and conventional RAM -- the "main memory" of your PC or server -- as solid-state memory, these two memory types are very different.

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  • STEC adds DRAM SSD for appliances; Violin launches MLC device for capacity

    STEC and Violin Memory add to their solid state drive (SSD) offerings; STEC brings out ZeusRAM with DRAM and Violin launches 3140 Capacity Flash Memory Array with multi-level cell (MLC) technology.

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  • Brief: AMD debuts flash memory for portable devices

    AMD has introduced a 32M-Bit flash memory device for portable systems such as cellular phones. The new Am29DS323 combines simultaneous read/write architecture with super low voltage technology. Sunnyvale, Calif.-headquartered AMD said the 1.8-volt device is capable of read access times as fast as...

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  • Have you considered flash memory for your servers? Why or why not?

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  • Spin-transfer torque memory properties and benefits

    How does STT-RAM differ from flash memory chips? Marc Staimer takes a closer look.

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