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Cypress's memory blog,
- mentions on StorageSearch.com
farewell to reassuringly boring industrial SSDs
consequences of the 2017 memory shortages
and risk reward ratios with big memory "flash as RAM"
- Editor's past SSD oriented comments re Cypress from
2012 - among other things Cypress markets a range of fast non volatile RAM
nvSRAM which has been
shipping for over 20 years and traditionally had been used in many
the hardware RAID controller market is nearing end of life many chip suppliers
like Cypress have turned to the SSD market as an alternative fast growing outlet
for solid state storage related technologies.
In October 2012 -
Ramtron a maker of
low capacity nvm called F-RAM (ferroelectric random access memory).
adopted by JEDEC|
|Editor:- December 5, 2017 -
that its HyperBus
low-pin-count memory interface has been included in the new eXpanded SPI
interface standard from the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association. |
provides a range of automotive qualified NOR flash "HyperFlash"
and self-refresh DRAM "HyperRAM" product families.
also:- interface glue chips,
|SSD sudden power
loss vulnerability guide|
|Why should you care
what happens in an SSD when the power goes down? |
This important design
feature - which barely rates a mention in most SSD datasheets and press releases
- has a strong impact on
SSD data integrity
This article will help you understand why some
SSDs which (work perfectly well in one type of application) might fail in
others... even when the changes in the operational environment appear to be