Crucial has announced the release to what they believe will be the solution to growing delays in enterprise work environments with its Non-Volatile server memory. That’s right, unlike typical memory modules, which are known to be specifically volatile in nature, Crucial NVDIMMs are persistent by utilizing a fusion of NAND and DRAM technology. This accomplishes several things, perhaps most importantly providing near-instant data transfer speeds provided by the speed of DRAM; while combining the security and data persistence of NAND. However, work environments are often subjected to unplanned power outages, which data loss related damages can be alleviated to an extent by Uninterruptible Power Supplies. Crucial’s NVDIMMs feature its own backup system known as an ultra-capacitor, capable of providing enough power to transfer data from DRAM to RAM. Once power is restored, all data is immediately transferred back to its original location on DRAM.