Ferroelectric Random Access Memory. A non-volatile memory that uses a ferroelectric film as the capacitor for data retention. Data is held even without a power supply. Features strengths of both ROM and RAM, such as fast writing speed, low power consumption, and endurance of a high number of write cycles. It is also referred to as FeRAM.
 Largest capacity FRAM in volume production in the world
As of April 17, 2007, as surveyed by Fujitsu.
 Non-volatile memory
Memory that retains data even when power is switched off.
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. A non-volatile memory that can be erased electrically, and is a readable and writeable ROM
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Date: 18 April, 2007
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