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Non-volatile random access memory: Quiz


Question 1: To date, the only such system to enter widespread production is ________, or FeRAM.
Flash memoryFerroelectric RAMNano-RAMMagnetoresistive Random Access Memory

Question 2: The basis of ________ is identical to EEPROM, and differs largely in internal layout.
Read-only memoryRandom-access memoryDynamic random access memoryFlash memory

Question 3: NVRAM is a subgroup of the more general class of non-volatile memory types, the difference being that NVRAM devices offer random access, unlike ________.
Floppy diskUniversal Serial BusHard disk driveUSB flash drive

Question 4: Much larger battery backed memories are still used today as ________ for high-speed databases, requiring a performance level newer NVRAM devices have not yet managed to meet.
CPU cacheCacheComputer data storageOperating system

Question 5: ________ is the main determinant of cost in most computer memory systems, and due to this flash has evolved into one of the lowest cost solid-state memory devices available.
GigabyteExabyteMemory storage densityHard disk drive

Question 6: Rapid advances in ________ in the 1970s led to a new generation of solid state memories that core simply could not compete with.
22 nanometerSemiconductor device fabrication45 nanometer90 nanometer

Question 7: FeRAM uses a ________ layer in a cell that is otherwise similar to conventional DRAM, this layer holding the charge in a 1 or 0 even with the power removed.
DielectricFerroelectricityPolarization densityPiezoelectricity

Question 8: The most common form of memory through the 1960s was ________, which stored data in the polarity of small magnets.
Magnetoresistive Random Access MemoryBubble memoryRead-only memoryMagnetic core memory

Question 9: EPROM can be re-set to the "base state" (all "1"s or "0"s, depending on the design) by applying ________ light (UV).
Visible spectrumX-rayElectromagnetic spectrumUltraviolet

Question 10: PRAM is based on the same storage mechanism as writable CDs and ________, but reads them based on their changes in electrical resistance rather than changes in their optical properties.
DVDBlu-ray DiscLaserdiscHD DVD


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