With portable electronic devices becoming more and more common, the role of the NAND flash as the main storage device has become increasingly relevant. The quality, as well as, the price affects users greatly. Let us review from the aspect of the NAND flash technology structure and the grade of the chip used.
The type of chip used in NAND flash can be classified as SLC, MLC, and TLC. The quality of SLC flash is good and durable, with the number of uses reaching over 100,000 times. It’s mostly used in aviation devices and high-end industrial computing, but the high cost is beyond the reach of common enterprises and users.
MLC and TLC flash in comparison to SLC, is cheaper to produce, available in higher storage capacities, but at the tradeoff of relatively shorter life spans. TLC flash, on the other hand, because of its fast read and write speed; low power consumption and low cost helped to occupy a large section of the market.
The downside of the TLC flash is its durability, it lasts through only about 500-1,000 uses. The storage media which is frequently used in daily life may easily lead to error in accessing it and the loss of data saved to it.
Then, how do you ensure the accuracy of data copied into it?
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