Memory which holds its information even when main power is turned off. Usually, non-volatile RAM is backed up via a battery.
Computer or microprocessor random access, read/write memory that remains in place when the power is off.
A small amount of RAM that stores information even after you turn off your computer. Used in modems (for storing your settings) and in hardware keys for protecting software.
A typically small amount of RAM that stores information even after you turn off your computer. It is used in modems for storing your settings and in hardware...
Also NVRAM. Random access memory whose data is retained when power is turned off. This is especially useful for modems to store user-defined default configuration settings and frequently used telephone numbers. This information would be loaded into modem RAM at power-up.