Flash Memory

A type of non-volatile solid state memory technology.

A flash memory chip is made up of millions or thousand of millions of electronic cells. Each cell can store a single bit. With the correct software driver installed, a computer can read and write data into flash memory.

Flash memory comes in many different forms such as the popular USB memory stick, thumb drive and solid state hard disks.

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