Finding the Perfect Memory
Researchers and design engineers have been pursuing "perfect" memory technologies for more than 60 years. A perfect electronic memory would have the following attributes: very low cost per bit, very high capacity, very low power consumption, very low access time, and very high data-retention time without power. This last attribute comes first for applications such as RAID controllers, other disk controllers, servers, or embedded systems that cannot afford to catastrophically lose data during a power failure. The AGIGARAM Capri NVS memory subsystem combines several technologies, many of them proprietary to AGIGA Tech, to create a blackout-proof, non-volatile memory subsystem integrated onto one relatively compact, standard-width DIMM module.
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