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Where does NVRAM Fit?

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Date: August 15, 2014 There’s been a lot of interest in NVRAM recently. This technology has been lurking in the background for decades, and suddenly has become very popular.   Source: The SDD Guy Recent In The News Posts Where does NVRAM Fit?August 15, 20149 Peaks From Flash SummitAugust 8, 2014In-memory database systems, NVDIMMs and data durabilityJuly 23, 2014
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9 Peaks From Flash Summit

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Date: August 8, 2014 The emergence of non-volatile dual in-line memory modules, or NVDIMMs, adds a new tool for in-memory database durability. In normal operation, this technology provides the capabilities of high speed DRAM. In the event of power loss, the ultracapacitor provides a burst of electricity that is used to write main memory contents to the NAND flash chip, where ...
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In-memory database systems, NVDIMMs and data durability

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Date: July 23, 2014 The emergence of non-volatile dual in-line memory modules, or NVDIMMs, adds a new tool for in-memory database durability. In normal operation, this technology provides the capabilities of high speed DRAM. In the event of power loss, the ultracapacitor provides a burst of electricity that is used to write main memory contents to the NAND flash chip, where ...

In the lab: NVRAM Hardware from AgigA Tech, Micron and Supermicro

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Date: March 18, 2014 Recently we have had some time to use a very high-end solution in the lab. AgigA Tech, which is a Cypress Semiconductor subsidiary out of San Diego, California sent their AGIGARAM® and PowerGEM products for testing. Cont… http://www.servethehome.com/lab-nvram-solution-agigatech-micron-supermicro/ Source: STH  

Powerful Battery-Free Backup A Safe Bet

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Date: Feb 10, 2014 How much would it cost your company if it lost all of its data? For most businesses, the price tag would be extremely high. That’s why businesses are wise to think ahead and plan for a system crash or other catastrophe. One increasingly popular next-generation battery-free memory solution is known by the string of initials NVDIMM. Cont… …

Group Forms to Drive NVDIMM Adoption

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Date: Feb 10, 2014 Launched during the SNIA Annual Members' Symposium late last month, the NVDIMM SIG is an open community under the umbrella of its Solid State Storage Initiative. Initial participating members include Intel, Micron, Microsoft, Samsung, SK Hynix, SMART Modular Technologies, Viking Technology, AgigA Tech, IDT, Inphi, Netlist, and Pericom. Cont... Source: EE|Times

Interview: Jeff Chang And Steve Graves Cover In-Memory Databases

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Date: Dec 17, 2013 In-memory databases have long been used to speed up embedded system performance. Flash storage has improved this performance bringing non-volatile capabilities closer to the processor. Of course, putting it on the memory bus is even better. Cont... Source: Electronic Design

AgigA Tech takes home Edison Award Gold—a prize that honors firms for successful innovation.

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Date: April 29, 2013 AgigA Tech’s flagship product is the AGIGARAM, a complex module that basically speeds up computer server performance and provides protection against data losses in the event of power failure. It does this by turning volatile memory in a computer – data that can be lost – into non-volatile memory faster, while also providing a system for saving ...

Micron teams with Cypress unit on non-vol DIMM

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Date: Nov 14, 2012 SAN FRANCISCO—U.S. memory chip vendor Micron Technology Inc. and AgigA Tech Inc., a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp, said Wednesday (Nov. 14) they signed an agreement to jointly develop and offer non-volatile dual in-line memory module (DIMM) products... Cont... Source: EE|Times

A DDR3+Flash Non-Volatile DIMM: Enough To Revolutionize IT?

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Date: Aug 31, 2012 This one may have dramatic implications and open up the door to computer performance promises we have heard since the introduction of Windows 95. A fast, instantly responding system without noticeable delays. The technology that may be required to achieve this goal could come from a company called AgigA Tech, which received two patents, 8,200,885 and 8,200,929, ...