A CDE Definition
(1) (Non-Volatile RAM) A storage technology that retains its content without power. Solid state drives (SSDs) and flash memory are examples. See non-volatile memory, solid state drive and flash memory.
(2) (Non-Volatile RAM) Dynamic RAM (DRAM) or static RAM (SRAM) memory chips that are backed up by battery or non-volatile storage in the event of failure. See BBSRAM, nvSRAM, dynamic RAM and static RAM.
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