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A Comparative Study of Flash Technology for Embedded Devices

Authored on: May 21, 2012 by Ken Whitaker

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As mobile and embedded products become smaller, thinner, lighter, and more powerful, flash memory has all but replaced traditional rotating disk drives as the storage media of choice. As device manufacturers move increasingly to flash-based systems, they have an overwhelming variety of flash parts to choose from, each with its own unique blend of benefits and liabilities. So how do you choose between different storage technologies for your embedded project? What impact do other system components have on the end user experience? This paper will identify what you need to know about flash memory and its surrounding ecosystem to determine what storage technology will best fit the requirements of your next project.

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SooHoot Posted Jul 11, 2014

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