Tags » Flash Memory

Unlock your write protected Flash memory

Today  one of my friends ask me to how he can unlock a write protected flash memory  , as you know on most of SD cards there is a tiny button that you can lock your SD card manually by pushing it down  some of flash memories also have this button ,but in this case I didn’t see any button to lock flash memory manually after checking many solution i found out that below solutions are best ways to solve this problem , follow instruction carefully and unlock your write protected… 82 more words


Paris Oracle Meetup (Jeudi 26 Mars 2015 @ 7pm)

A quick post to say that this week, on Thursday 26th, I will be giving a talk (in English!) on the subject of Flash for DBAs (and architects, designers, developers, managers etc) at the… 115 more words


Postcards from Storageland: Three Years At Violin

A few weeks ago, in what seems to be a truly modern phenomenon, I became aware that it was my third anniversary of joining Violin after I noticed a number of people congratulating me on LinkedIn. 974 more words


Infiniflash could make hard disks (and tape) redundant

A couple of weeks ago, Sandisk, the storage vendor better known for its memory cards, announced the release of a new product, called Infiniflash, one that promises to commoditise flash within the enterprise. 421 more words


61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

First seen on Will the real reality Please stand up! and

Violin Memory Expands Partner Support with New Global Partner Program and Portal

SANTA CLARA, Calif.Violin Memory®, Inc., (NYSE:VMEM), a global pioneer of award-winning flash storage platform solutions for primary storage and active workloads, today announced the launch of its Global Partner Program and a new easy-to-use online portal. 841 more words

Press Releases

Are you sure that Flash Device (USB, SD) is empty?

Flash devices, such as a USB thumb drive or SD card, have become relatively inexpensive, making them easier to use as giveaways or simply disposable in a sense. 255 more words

Understanding Flash: Fabrication, Shrinkage and the Next Big Thing

Before I draw this series on Understanding Flash to a close, I wanted to briefly touch on the subject of manufacturing. Don’t worry, I’ve taken heed of the kind feedback I had after my… 1,369 more words