(Non-Volatile Random Access Memory)- In contrast to RAM like DRAM and SDRAM, non-volatile RAM mintains its contents even after power has been removed. This technology does not come without any drawbacks, as NVRAM tends to have shorter lifecycles due to the finite number of erase/write cycles it supports as well as lower speed relative to volatile memory.

NVRAM was last modified: February 1st, 2017 by James Piedra