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  • enterprise MLC (eMLC)

    Enterprise MLC (eMLC) is a type of MLC flash that has been enhanced to accommodate more write cycles than consumer-grade MLC flash offers. Continue Reading

  • multi-level cell (MLC)

    Multi-level cell flash is a type of flash memory that stores more than 1 bit per cell. Continue Reading

  • P/E cycle

    A solid-state-storage program-erase cycle is a sequence of events in which data is written to solid-state NAND flash memory cell (such as the type found in a so-called flash or thumb drive), then erased, and then rewritten. Continue Reading

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