Definitions for "Non-Volatile RAM"
Keywords:  ram, nvram, modem, random, turn
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.
Keywords:  eeprom, sram, die, mixture, mounted
A device which is generally formed from an SRAM die mounted in a package with a very small battery, or as a mixture of SRAM and EEPROM cells fabricated on the same die.