What is write amplification, why is it bad, and what causes it?

Write amplification happens when data written to the flash is multiplied on the flash media, reducing the device…

ACID: the acronym for bulletproofing embedded device updates

System updates that were once occasional are now regularly required for devices of all kinds. If your device is…

Help! Why are my embedded devices failing?

When devices fail, the problems can be numerous. In conversations with the embedded OEMs we work with, a common issue…

Tuxera acquires embedded storage and networking software front-runner, HCC Embedded

The company now offers the widest range of data storage management and network transfer software in the industry, with…

Automotive flash – what’s the real lifetime?

Flash memory is useful, but it doesn’t last forever. The process of writing and erasing onto the memory chip degrades…

Data in the void: safeguarding critical data in satellites

Recently, I read my colleague Thom Denholm’s whitepaper on data reliability in space (scroll down below for the…

The nuts & bolts of secure erase

When we remove critical data from our embedded devices using standard means, the data doesn’t fully disappear. Specific…

Tuxera recognized as one of the “20 Coolest Data Management Companies” in CRN Storage 100 2021 list

The achievement highlights the company’s pioneering contributions to global data storage management. HELSINKI,…

Join the SD Association Global Workshop Webinars

On March 25 and 31, learn about SD technology topics important for Chinese and Russian companies in the global…

What is secure erase?

Embedded devices today store a wide variety of data. You would be forgiven for thinking that when data is removed from…