Computer memory such as analog memory, flash memory and read only memory are included
- Analog memory - the storage of information in a continuous and non-discrete format
- Associative memory - the use of multiple databases storing structured and unstructured information and the making of associations between that stored information similar to the human brain
- Buffer storage - the part of RAM used for the temporary storage of data that is to be sent to a device
- Cache memory - RAM memory that is more readily accessible by a microprocessor than regular RAM
- Content addressable storage
- Flash memory - non-volatile computer storage chips that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed
- Magnetic memory - the storage of data using a magnetized medium
- Memory management - the managing of computer memory to ensure maximum performance
- Nonvolatile memory - memory that is retained even without power
- Phase change memory - or PCME, a non-volatile type of computer memory that exploits the unique behaviors of chalcogenide glass
- Random access memory - or RAM, the use of integrated circuits to store data accessed in any order with a worst case performance of constant time
- Read only memory - or ROM, data storage that cannot be modified, or that can be modified only with difficulty
- Read-write memory - memory that can be easily rewritten and read, unlike ROM
- Registers - also known as a processor register, the small amount of storage inside a CPU that allows for speedy access to some data, such as addresses
- Scanning probe data storage
- Semiconductor memory - memory kept on an integrated circuit
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