Why use NVMe SSD?

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  Non-volatile memory express (NVMe) is a storage protocol that allows users to get the most out of high-performance flash based solid-state drives (SSD). It is well suited to multicore processing, and many simultaneous I/O operations can be accommodated, which has made NVMe SSD extremely popular in data storage and processing centres, as well as high-end PCs for gaming applications, for…

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How to Secure Embedded Memory

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In an earlier blog I discussed the security challenges for embedded memory and stressed that making products, such as IoT-enabled devices, more secure should be taking a much higher priority than it currently is. And in another blog, I outlined how embedded memory might be attacked and offered some simple solutions. Now, it’s time to discuss how to secure embedded…

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Non Volatile Memory Refresh

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NVM is used in most embedded systems, but with different memory types available which is best to use and why? Michael Barrett, Managing Director of Nexus Industrial Memory, provides a brief refresher course and touches on removable NVM devices. Many factors will govern your choice of non-volatile memory (NVM) technology. These include storage capacity, the speed with which data needs…

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