Multi Level Cell

Multi-Level Cell (MLC)

In this topic, we will talk about multi-level cells. The multi-level cell is a type of NAND flash memory that can store more than 1 bit per cell of data. NAND Flash is a form of non-volatile memory that allows data to be stored without power.

Multi-Level Cell (MLC)

Difference between Enterprise Multi-Level Cell and Consumer Multi-Level Cell?

Multi-level cell flash is a center point between single-level cell flash and triple-level cell. NAND flash possesses a finite amount of writing cycles. Since multi-level cell flash is typically less costly than Single-Level Cell flash, it is the preferred solid-state storage memory of consumer-based electronic device makers.

Enterprise multi-level cell drives are designed to handle a greater number of writing cycles with an improved form of multi-level cell flash. Various methods are used to allow the use of eMLC to design inexpensive solid-state drives for enterprises. Algorithms to enhance the unrecoverable bit error rate, flash overprovisioning, wear leveling and amplification of writing are included in these methods.

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