Is it possible to store data in charged molecules? If so, how? If not, why not?
I want to build a cheap, basic project which logs data to an SD card that can be removed and read using a normal card reader in a computer. Requirements are fairly basic so performance is not ...
There are many devices that perform various cryptographic operations inside their microchips. One of their key feature is that the secret keys are stored inside of the hardware and never leave it. ...
In an embedded application of mine, the device generates a large amount of instrumentation data that is stored every few minutes in an NVM, such as a set of EEPROMs or a Data Flash. This data is ...
Most SD cards have a fairly limited life (as in maximum number of read-write cycles), and in spite of wear-levelling, for relatively frequent disk update applications, would probably fail in a year or ...
I have noticed that mp3 players around the 32Gb area seem to be fairly expensive; I haven't seen any for less than £150. Conversely, players with smaller storage can be found at a much lower price, ...
Is there a hard drive (protocol command, specific model, etc.) that, while writing new data over old data, it "read"/return the old data back to the controller/OS? (Analogous to a simultaneous ...
Why is it that disk storage has increased exponentially over the years, while disk access times barely improved?
If you look at how much we are able to store on our disks these days, you'd be appalled to notice that the time required to access information from the disks have grown very insignificantly compared ...
From what i know, HDD is built on magnetic recording technology. My question is, is it possible to create a storage device from scratch (USB, HDD, etc.)? I'm just eager to try out building some ...