Transactional File System :: Explained!

Just in case you've ever wondered what we mean when we say Reliance Nitro is a "transactional file system," or how it differs from FAT or ExFAT, have I got the video for you.
Reliability | Posted In: Reliability
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Flash Memory Summit Follow Up and ClearNAND Support

At this year's Flash Memory Summit, SSD and PCI-e memory card solutions ruled.
News||Performance | Posted In: News, Performance
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Much Ado About eMMC

Lately you may have noticed a lot of talk about eMMC on our blog and website. If so you may be thinking, "Why is Datalight so excited about eMMC?" Here are 5 top reasons we're jumping on the eMMC bandwagon.
Performance||Security | Posted In: Performance, Security
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Datalight Outperforms Other Linux Flash File Systems

It's always gratifying when you run benchmarks and discover your product actually does outperform the competition. Months and months of development effort went in to making Reliance Nitro and FlashFX Tera run flawlessly in an open source environment.
Linux | Posted In: Linux
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Securely Delete Files on Flash Media

If you've noticed the numerous posts lately on the Datalight blog regarding JEDEC and eMMC, you might be wondering why we're so excited about this particular standard. There are many features that this "smarter" memory will enable for OEMs; In this post I'll focus on one of those features in the eMMC specification -secure delete.
Security | Posted In: Security
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Breaking Through the Sub-20nm NAND Flash Barrier

That cracking you may or may not have heard last month was the sound of SanDisk and Toshiba breaking the sub-20 nanometer NAND barrier. Flying in the face of conventional wisdom (and more than a few industry analysts), both companies recently announced they will be delivering 19nm NAND this year.
Endurance | Posted In: Endurance
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Coolest (and creepiest) Tech News I've Seen Lately

While listening to NPR this week I caught a story on a new artificial heart developed by the Texas Heart Institute. What's cool is that the device promises to overcome some of the inherent limitations of older technologies that led to premature failure - such as pumps wearing out or breaking down, and blood clots.
Medical | Posted In: Medical
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A File System Designed for Embedded

Instead of adapting a desktop or server file system for embedded use, it is far better to use a file system designed specifically for embedded use.
Linux||Performance | Posted In: Linux, Performance
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Flash Memory & Android Dominate ESC Silicon Valley

The topic of storage technology seemed to be everywhere at last week's Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, appearing in numerous key note speeches, presentations and exhibit booths. It appears the industry is waking up to the difficulties of storing and managing a torrent of data being produced by new mobile applications.
Android||News||Events | Posted In: Android, News, Events
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Does Consumer Electronics Drive Embedded or Vice Versa?

The hot topics in the consumer electronics segments today are Android, installable applications, sexy user interfaces, sensors like GPS receivers, gyroscopes and accelerometers and larger capacity/smaller size storage.
Android||Consumer | Posted In: Android, Consumer
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