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Christopher A Heyden, Jeffrey S Kinne, Mitchell N Rosich, Jeffrey A Wilcox, Jeffrey L Winkler: Non-volatile memory module. EMC Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, August 25, 1998: US05798961 (109 worldwide citation)

A non-volatile memory module includes a charging circuit, a battery couple to the charging circuit, a volatile memory and an electronic switch coupled between the volatile memory and the battery.


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Chi She Chen, Jeffrey C Solomon, Scott Milton, Jayesh Bhakta: Non-volatile memory module. Netlist, Nixon Peabody, Khaled Shami, October 30, 2012: US08301833 (70 worldwide citation)

Certain embodiments described herein include a memory system which can communicate with a host system such as a disk controller of a computer system. The memory system can include volatile and non-volatile memory and a controller which are configured such that the controller backs up the volatile me ...


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Joseph John Tardo, Jean Marc Frailong, Harold Lee Mendoza, Shiv Haris: Apparatus and method for cryptographic-based license management. Tut Systems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 29, 2003: US06557105 (67 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a cryptographic-based license management device comprising a license authority configured to generate a license in response to a product option request; an interface module having a plurality of product options that may be selectively enabled in response ...


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Chi She Chen, Jeffrey C Solomon, Scott Milton, Jayesh Bhakta: Data transfer scheme for non-volatile memory module. Netlist, Nixon Peabody, Khaled Shami, August 20, 2013: US08516187 (59 worldwide citation)

Certain embodiments described herein include a memory system which can communicate with a host system such as a disk controller of a computer system. The memory system can include volatile and non-volatile memory and a controller which are configured such that the controller backs up the volatile me ...


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Charles C Lee, I Kang Yu, David Q Chow, Abraham Chih Kang Ma, Ming Shiang Shen: High performance flash memory devices (FMD). Super Talent Electronics, Roger H Chu, November 2, 2010: US07827348 (47 worldwide citation)

High performance flash memory devices (FMD) are described. According to one exemplary embodiment of the invention, a high performance FMD includes an I/O interface, a FMD controller, and at least one non-volatile memory module along with corresponding at least one channel controller. The I/O interfa ...


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Daniel C Steere Jr, Homer T Gee, Walter S Matthews: System having two PC cards in a hinged carrying case with battery compartment within in the hinge section. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 8, 1998: US05848298 (44 worldwide citation)

A companion computer system for a host computer wherein the host computer includes an interface for electrically and mechanically interfacing to the companion computer. An example is a PCMCIA slot. The companion system includes a PC card with an interface which mates with the interface on the host. ...


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Charles J Stancil: System board with consolidated EEPROM module. Compaq Computer Corporation, Michael F Heim, Jonathan M Harris, Conley Rose & Tayon P C, August 7, 2001: US06272584 (27 worldwide citation)

A computer system is provided with a non-volatile memory module that is shared by a plurality of system components during system initialization. In one embodiment, the computer system comprises a processor for executing program instructions, a memory device for storing data and program instructions, ...


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Janice H Nickel, Manish Sharma: Non-volatile memory module for use in a computer system. Hewlett Packard Development Company, September 5, 2006: US07103718 (23 worldwide citation)

A non-volatile memory module for use in a computer system is disclosed. The non-volatile memory module is capable of storing information indefinitely and can be inserted and removed from the computer system during operation. The non-volatile memory can serve as the main memory within the computer sy ...


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Amnon A Strasser: Method and apparatus for securing volatile data in power failure in systems having redundancy. Exanet, Sughrue Mion PLLC, January 24, 2006: US06990603 (16 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for transferring data between a main volatile memory and a backup memory in a redundant system comprised of a main sub-system and a mirror sub-system is provided. For the purpose of preserving uninterruptible power supply energy, data is continuously transferred to back-up mem ...


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David Q Chow, I Kang Yu, Siew Sin Hiew, Abraham Chih Kang Ma, Ming Shiang Shen: High integration of intelligent non-volatile memory device. Super Talent Electronics, Roger H Chu, January 25, 2011: US07877542 (13 worldwide citation)

High integration of a non-volatile memory device (NVMD) is disclosed. According to one aspect of the present invention, a non-volatile memory device comprises an intelligent non-volatile memory (NVM) controller and an intelligent non-volatile memory module. The NVM controller includes a central proc ...