The flash memory architecture includes a storage array stacked with a large number of flash memory cells. The basic flash memory cell consists of a memory transistor with a control gate and a floating gate. The floating gate is insulated from the rest of the transistor by a thin dielectric material or oxide layer. The floating gate stores charge and controls current.
In modern automotive embedded systems, highly secure data storage is essential, especially in the face of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.This article describes the steps that designers take to properly use flash memory
Whether it's DRAM or NAND Flash, existing memory solutions face the physical limits of shrinking processes, which means that it will be more difficult to continuously improve performance and reduce costs.