Adaptive Flash Tuning
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NVMdurance Adaptive Flash Tuning patent granted

Dublin, Ireland: 21 March 2017: NVMdurance, with its unique approach to extending the endurance of flash devices and enabling 3D NAND, has announced that patent number 9,569,120 developed by Joe Sullivan and Conor Ryan, both of Limerick, Ireland, has been granted in the USA for Adaptive Flash Tuning. This is the fifth patent granted by […]

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The 2D NAND problems NVMdurance solves

This is the third of four posts in our NAND flash ecosystem blog series. 2D (Planar) NAND flash memory, as the name suggests, has a 2-dimensional structure, meaning the individual storage cells are arranged in the X-Y dimensions. Successive generations of 2D NAND have realized lower cost-per-gigabyte by shrinking the X-Y dimensions via photolithography reductions. For example, […]

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The history of 3D NAND flash memory

This is the second of four posts in our NAND flash ecosystem blog series. Toshiba invented NAND flash in 1987 (aka 2D or Planar NAND). So for the best part of 30 years, 2D NAND has been used. But now 3D NAND is replacing 2D. Why is 3D taking over? Well, the ever increasing demand […]

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NVMdurance launches white paper on automation of 3D flash trimming

Dublin, Ireland and San Jose, Calif – July 26th, 2016 – Irish technology company, NVMdurance, extending the life of solid state discs (SSDs), has today launched a white paper that provides detailed information on how machine learning can optimize the trade-offs between storage capacity, endurance and data retention of flash memory products. The way that […]