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In this digital day and age, everything and anything is stored in the small memory chip of a given electronic device. From handheld devices to #supercomputers , all common computing platforms use storage systems to store data temporarily or permanently. However, if the primary storage crashes or goes through a temporary breakdown, it is next to impossible to retrieve data. Here, #nonvolatilememory comes into play. Non-volatile memory is generally used for long-term persistent storage. Increased usage of smart devices including smartphones and tablets is fuelling the demand for next generation non-volatile memory. Hard disk, flash memory, and magnetic tape are the most common examples of non-volatile memory.
http://www.openpr.com/news/445739/Next-Generation-Non-Volatile-Memory-Market-Grows-Owning-To-Innovations-In-Technology-2017-2025.html

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