Definition Edit

Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM or Fe-RAM) is

non-volatile memory technology. FRAM can read data thousands of times faster at far lower voltage than other non-volatile memory devices. FRAM is random access memory that combines the fast read and write access of dynamic RAM (DRAM) — the most commonly used memory in personal computers — with the ability to retain data when power is turned off (as do other non-volatile memory devices such as ROM and flash memory).[1]

References Edit

  1. Government Smart Card Handbook, at 19.

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