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What is NAND flash memory used for?

This popular memory type is architecturally optimized for high-density data storage. There are two grades of NAND, consumer and industrial – with the latter having an operating temperature of -40 to 85oC and suitable for harsh environment applications.  Consumer grade, which has an operating temperature of 0 to 70oC, is typically found in consumer electronics, and we’ll discuss both types in this guide.
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What is NAND Flash memory?

NAND flash is a common type of non-volatile memory (NVM). Unlike a volatile memory type, such as DRAM, NAND flash retains data when power is removed and so has many applications. But what is NAND memory and how does it work? In this guide we will explore everything you need to know.
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Cyber secure NAND flash memory guide

SSDs are increasingly popular for storing data, but they open up the risk of cyberattacks. Secure erasing them is ideal for optimising PC performance, but also necessary for critical applications in case of attacks or data breaches. Find out how this security problem and other issues created by using an embedded SSD can be eliminated by reading our guide.
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Securing your Embedded Memory

Embedded memory must be secured to protect data from unauthorised access, made by hackers with the intent of stealing or corrupting it.  Click above to read our detailed guide to securing your embedded memory.

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