• NVDIMM-N memory, NVDIMM-F storage, NVDIMM-P hybrid form of memory and storage
  • NVDIMM-N is a DIMM with the same amount of DRAM and non-volatile memory that stores the DRAM as the NVRAM memory medium ; the main memory unit here is the non- biD memory accessible by the CPU (OS).
  • NVDIMM-MMF is a DIMM with non-volatile memory that is expected to be loaded and has a much larger DRAM capacity than the NVRAM-ATS storage medium ; however, the CPU or OS considers it to be a much slower access delay in the NV-N.
  • NVDIMM-P is a DIMM that has DRAM with non-volatile memory ; the difference is that the NVDIMM-N has a storage capacity of two DIMM-N modes that is much larger than the memory capacity of the DRAM and has an NV-P
  • One is the same mode of operation as NVDIMM-N, which is used as the DRAM system memory (main memory) as non-volatile memory backup memory.
  • The other is an operational mode, such as NVDIMM-F, that works with storage using non-volatile memory as storage media, which can then be used as a storage buffer memory.