What Is Flash Memory?

Flash memory is a non-volatile memory that does not require power to store data. This chip is a type of EEPROM (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory) used for storing and transferring data. Flash memory comes in different sizes and shapes, and the application ranges from consumer devices to enterprise data centers and network technology. Some flash memory examples are memory cards and sticks, SSDs, BIOS chips, etc.