bad block


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(computer science) a block (usually one sector) that cannot reliably hold data

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Table 7 shows the time of three algorithms with no bad block or one bad block.
The GBDriver RS1 controller secures expanded spare space for future bad blocks, has improved block control structures within the controller, and is equipped with an address control mechanism structure that can be used even when a large number of inherent bad blocks occur in the memory in a short period.
Sophisticated wear leveling and bad block management are standard features of HCC's file systems.
Features include 216 pin-driving capability for four or eight site gang programming using one or two modules, true Universal Gang architecture supporting any programmable memory and microcontroller device, high density devices up to 256 Mbyte, multi-cycle addressing and serial format, smart media support, random bad block device programming and diagnostic capability on board for rapid device error analysis.
The UltraDrive SSDs are equipped with advanced error correction (ECC), wear leveling and bad block management technologies to insure reliable and phenomenal endurance.
Like sometimes, I'll make a bad block and just turn around and yell something to make fun of myself.
FlashFX Pro features pre-written support for over 300 flash parts, works with virtually any NAND controller, and features wear leveling, bad block management, and background compaction for unrivaled performance.
FlashFX[TM] Tera features pre-written support for over 300 flash parts, including MLC, works with virtually any NAND controller, and features wear leveling, bad block management, and background compaction for unrivaled performance.
Error-correction is performed within the ClearNAND package itself, allowing wear-leveling, compaction, Bad Block Management and other flash management functions to be done in software.
Micron's e-MMC products also greatly simplify system design by removing the requirements of the host memory controller to support NAND software drivers and complex NAND management techniques, including error correction code (ECC), wear leveling, and bad block management--replacing all of this complexity with a simple and ubiquitous MMC interface.
Flash drivers are fail-safe and include multiple volumes, wear-leveling, directories, bad block management and ECC algorithms
Flash drivers are failsafe and include multiple volumes, wear-leveling, directories, bad block management and ECC algorithms
The controller marks the debut of Cypress's fast-interleaving N-Xpress[TM] MLC NAND Flash control technology, with static wear-leveling, bad block management and 4-bit ECC (Error Correction Coding) to support up to 16 SLC/MLC NAND devices.
New flash components based on ONFi's BA NAND flash specification can incorporate traditional NAND-specific functions such as error-correcting code (ECC), wear-leveling, and bad block management in the internal memory controller, freeing the host of these tasks.
Reliability: SanDisk patented flash management technology and extensive IP portfolio provide dynamic and static wear leveling algorithms and dynamic bad block mapping, including advanced error detection and correction code (EDC/ECC) to ensure high data reliability.