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NOR vs NAND: So You Think You Know the Music?

Those of you who have spent even the slightest amount of time digging around for insights on embedded storage technologies know this: the subspace of the Internet devoted to this particular topic is flooded with short articles comparing NOR and NAND flash technologies. Some are very well-written and genuinely enlightening. But all too often, the

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Managed vs Unmanaged: The Many Roads to Flash Storage

The previous article of this introduction series on flash storage was all about two things: the daunting complexity of flash memory and the importance of proper flash management. In essence, it was a warning: blindly heading down the flash road is calling for trouble. Said. Understood. Now what? At this point, a lot of questions

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Taming the Flash Beast

This article is the first of an introduction series about flash memory. A high-level introduction shall we say. Not the kind that takes you straight to the electron and drags you through the depths of quantum physics. No. The purpose of this series is to provide useful information from an operational perspective. Things that you

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Firmware Update Implementation Using TSFS Snapshots

In the previous article of this series on TSFS snapshots, we have shown how snapshots can be used to design a simple yet robust firmware upgrade procedure. This time, we go from design to implementation, delving into the specifics of the TSFS snapshot management interface. More specifically, we show how we can meet our initial

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Firmware Upgrade Design Using TSFS Snapshots

This article is the first part of a twofold series on one of the most unique TSFS feature: snapshotting. In this first article, we show how snapshots can ease application development, providing the application designer with an elegant way of handling concurrent read/write accesses. We also introduce a simple firmware update example, to help us

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Fail-Safe Design with the TREEspan File System Part 2: TSFS Transactions

In the first article of this three-part series on fail-safe design, we have spent some time discussing how unexpected failures can threaten the integrity of an application by corrupting both the application data and file system metadata. This time, we see how an application can be designed to withstand such unforeseen events, using TSFS transactions.

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Fail-Safe Design with the TREEspan File System Part 1: Introduction

This is the first article of a three-part series on fail-safe, storage-related application design. The first part of the series lays out the fundamental problem of unexpected failures and briefly discusses partial solutions. The second part introduces the TREEspan File System(TSFS) transactions as a means to protect the application against such potentially disruptive events. Finally,

Read More »

Introducing TREEspan File System

Last week was one of pride and excitement for the JBLopen’s development team as we released our latest product, the TREEspan File System (TSFS). After the official announcement and presentation, we feel the need to introduce the newcomer in a more personal way, such as we see it from the inside. Above all, we would

Read More »

JBLopen’s TREEspan File System Brings High Reliability Storage to Embedded Systems

JBLopen brings high reliability very low footprint embedded storage to edge and deeply embedded applications with the introduction of the TREEspan transactional file system. The JBLopen team is happy to introduce to the world TREEspan File System™, our latest embedded software product. TSFS is a low footprint transactional file system offering application developers with a

Read More »

NOR vs NAND: So You Think You Know the Music?

Those of you who have spent even the slightest amount of time digging around for insights on embedded storage technologies know this: the subspace of the Internet devoted to this particular topic is flooded with short articles comparing NOR and NAND flash technologies. Some are very well-written and genuinely enlightening. But all too often, the

Read More »

Managed vs Unmanaged: The Many Roads to Flash Storage

The previous article of this introduction series on flash storage was all about two things: the daunting complexity of flash memory and the importance of proper flash management. In essence, it was a warning: blindly heading down the flash road is calling for trouble. Said. Understood. Now what? At this point, a lot of questions

Read More »

Taming the Flash Beast

This article is the first of an introduction series about flash memory. A high-level introduction shall we say. Not the kind that takes you straight to the electron and drags you through the depths of quantum physics. No. The purpose of this series is to provide useful information from an operational perspective. Things that you

Read More »

Firmware Update Implementation Using TSFS Snapshots

In the previous article of this series on TSFS snapshots, we have shown how snapshots can be used to design a simple yet robust firmware upgrade procedure. This time, we go from design to implementation, delving into the specifics of the TSFS snapshot management interface. More specifically, we show how we can meet our initial

Read More »

Firmware Upgrade Design Using TSFS Snapshots

This article is the first part of a twofold series on one of the most unique TSFS feature: snapshotting. In this first article, we show how snapshots can ease application development, providing the application designer with an elegant way of handling concurrent read/write accesses. We also introduce a simple firmware update example, to help us

Read More »

Fail-Safe Design with the TREEspan File System Part 2: TSFS Transactions

In the first article of this three-part series on fail-safe design, we have spent some time discussing how unexpected failures can threaten the integrity of an application by corrupting both the application data and file system metadata. This time, we see how an application can be designed to withstand such unforeseen events, using TSFS transactions.

Read More »

Fail-Safe Design with the TREEspan File System Part 1: Introduction

This is the first article of a three-part series on fail-safe, storage-related application design. The first part of the series lays out the fundamental problem of unexpected failures and briefly discusses partial solutions. The second part introduces the TREEspan File System(TSFS) transactions as a means to protect the application against such potentially disruptive events. Finally,

Read More »

Introducing TREEspan File System

Last week was one of pride and excitement for the JBLopen’s development team as we released our latest product, the TREEspan File System (TSFS). After the official announcement and presentation, we feel the need to introduce the newcomer in a more personal way, such as we see it from the inside. Above all, we would

Read More »

JBLopen’s TREEspan File System Brings High Reliability Storage to Embedded Systems

JBLopen brings high reliability very low footprint embedded storage to edge and deeply embedded applications with the introduction of the TREEspan transactional file system. The JBLopen team is happy to introduce to the world TREEspan File System™, our latest embedded software product. TSFS is a low footprint transactional file system offering application developers with a

Read More »