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Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
Types of memory (bba 1st)
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Types of memory (bba 1st)

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  • 1. In the name of ALLAH, the most Beneficent & the most Merciful.
  • 2. Group Members • Sobia • Asma Akmal • Sehar
  • 3. Topic Memory
  • 4. Objectives • Know about Memory and it’s different types. • Discuss the primary & Secondary memory. • Explain the function and interaction of the primary (RAM, ROM) and secondary storage devices (magnetic and optical). • Describe secondary storage devices: FDD, HD, CD-ROM, DVD. • Explain how data is stored on the surface of magnetic and optical disks. • Describe the different types of optical disks. • Describe other kinds of secondary storage devices.
  • 5. Memory • “Memory is the electronic or magnetic holding place for instructions and data that our computer’s microprocessor can reach quickly” • In simple words we can say that “memory is the power or remembering” • Memory is used to store data and instructions.
  • 6. Memory Types • Two main types of memory – Primary Memory • RAM (Random Access Memory) • ROM (Read Only Memory) – Secondary Memory • Magnetic Storage Media • Optical Storage Media
  • 7. Diagram of Memory
  • 8. Primary Memory
  • 9. Primary Memory • It is also known as the main memory of Computer. • Temporary data store and stays in memory until processing. • There are two types of Primary: – Random Access Memory – Read only Memory
  • 10. Random Access Memory (RAM) • A primary or main memory, which is also a Temporary memory. • It installed in the form of chips on motherboard and link to directly processor. • It loses its data once the power is removed, so it is a volatile memory • The computing system that it is used in usually stores data at various locations to retrieve it latter from these locations. • There are two types of RAM – Dynamic Random Access Memory (D-RAM) • SIPP (Single inline Pin Package) • SIMM (Single Inline Memory Module) • DIMM (Dual Inline Memory Module) – Static Random Access Memory (S-RAM)
  • 11. Random Access Memory (RAM) • Dynamic Random Access Memory (D-RAM) • Most popular RAM and mostly use. • Value must be refreshed many time in a second. • Main purpose is to decrease the processing cost. • Slower, Cheaper, easily available & require less power. • Static Random Access Memory (S-RAM) • Not popular but faster than D-RAM. • Not need to refresh hundreds of times in a second. • Main purpose is to decrease the processing time. • Much more expensive, and require more space and power.
  • 12. Read Only Memory (ROM) • It also called BIOS (basic input/output of System) • ROM is used for storing programs that are PERMENTLY. • When power is removed from a ROM chip, the information is not lost, so it is a nonvolatile type of memory • User can not change the information, just read. So, it is called Read only Memory. • There are three types of ROM: – Programmable Read only Memory (P-ROM) – Erasable Programmable Read only Memory (EP-ROM) – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read only Memory (EEP-ROM)
  • 13. Types of ROM • PROM – programmable ROM: – Provide facility to change the content of ROM once. – When something written and saved on PROM, it become ROM. • EPROM – erasable ROM: – Content can be written, save and change two times. • EEPROM – Electrically Erasable PROM: – Content can be written, save and change many times as programmer wish for that.
  • 14. Secondary Memory
  • 15. Secondary Memory • It is also known as auxiliary memory or permanent memory of computer. • The bulk of information is stored in the auxiliary memory. • Storage devices hold data, even when the computer is turned off. • It memory is cheap, so its size is more than primary memory. • This memory holds the much larger amounts of dat. • It is slower in data accessing speed, because it is magnetic in nature. • Data is organized into files.
  • 16. Secondary Memory Magnetic Tape Storage Magnetic Storage Media: Hard Disk Magnetic Disks Storage Floppy Disks There are two types of Secondary Memory/Storage Devices. CR-ROM Rewriteable Optional Disk Optical Storage Media: DVD-ROM WORM Disk Zip Disks
  • 17. Secondary Memory Magnetic Storage Media: Magnetic Tape Storage • Its look like the music cassettes with magnetic coating. • Provides sequential access • Information stored in sequence • It contain track, on which • data is stored. • not provide easy access to desired data.
  • 18. Secondary Memory Magnetic Disk Storage: • Most popular medium of direct-access secondary storage. • Data read, write and change many time faster then magnetic disk. • Magnetic Disk is a thin, circular metal plate, coated both sides with magnetic material.
  • 19. Secondary Memory • Types of Magnetic Disk Storage: – Hard Disk • • • • • Long-term, nonvolatile storage Large, inexpensive, slow level in the storage hierarchy A magnetic disk consist of a collection of platters Use thicker, metallic platters for storage Faster than a floppy diskette – Floppy Disk • • • • Also known as Diskettes or floppies. Introduced by IBM in 1972. It is use to transfer small amount of data. Floppy disk are lesser than the hard disk, because it consist on one platter.
  • 20. Secondary Memory Optical Storage Media: • CD-ROM (Compact Disk-read only memory): – New storage media as compare to floppy disks. – It can written once, and read many time. – Optional Laser Disk Technology is used to read and write. • Rewriteable Optical Disk: – Magnetic and optical technologies are used together in this. – It can read and write so many time. – Its size is 5.25 inch and store up to 1GB of data. • DVD-ROM Disk (Digital Versatile Disk ROM): – It increase the storage capacity of data. – It can store 2GB of data. – It uses short waves length of LASER to read & Write data.
  • 21. Secondary Memory • WORM Disk: – Worm stand for “write once read many”. – It is a disk like CD-ROM, but can not store large amount of data. – It can store up to 200GB of data. • Zip Disk: – – – – It is the combination of Optical and Magnetic technology. It has 3.5 inch of size. Its look like as a floppy disk. We can not store a large amount of data.

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