The electrical charge stored in a flash memory cell degrades over time, and will degrade much faster at extended temperatures. This degradation has been modelled to follow the Arrhenius Equation, degrading exponentially as temperature rises.
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There are two primary types of non-volatile flash memory devices in use today: NOR and NAND flash. Below we look at the differences between NAND and NOR flash devices, and explore types of NAND flash, including SLC, MLC, and TLC.
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Aaron Frank reflects on the evolution of storage and backups, and ponders the long-term reliability of SSDs for data storage.