Managing flash memory in personal communication devices

@inproceedings{Chiang1997ManagingFM,
  title={Managing flash memory in personal communication devices},
  author={Mei-Ling Chiang and Paul C. H. Lee and Ruei-Chuan Chang},
  year={1997}
}
This paper describes a Flash Memory Server (FMS) for personal communication devices and embedded home information systems, such as set-top boxes and internet phones. Flash memory is small, lightweight, shock-resistant, nonvolatile, and requires little power. Writing to flash memory segments requires erasing the segment in advance. However, erase op rations are slow and power-wasting that usually decrease system performance. The number of erase cycle is also limited . To reduce the number of… CONTINUE READING

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