Quick Answer: What Is A Disk On Module?

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A flash memory chip module that provides solid state storage in small handheld devices or thin client terminals.

A disk on module (DOM) is typically available in small storage capacities for mobile devices, whereas solid state disk drives made up of many flash chips are used in laptops.

What is a Satadom?

The Supermicro SATA DOM (Disk on Module), the SuperDOM, is a small SATA3 (6Gb/s) flash memory module designed to be conveniently inserted into a serverboard SATA connector to provide high performance solid state storage capacity that simulates a hard disk drive (HDD).

What is Dom memory?

Just to get things straight – DOM stands for Document Object Model and is an abstraction of a structured text. For web developers, this text is an HTML code, and the DOM is simply called HTML DOM. Elements of HTML become nodes in the DOM. So, while HTML is a text, the DOM is an in-memory representation of this text.

When did solid state drives come out?

In May 2006 – Samsung launched the world’s first high volume Windows XP notebook using SSDs. In June 2006 – SiliconSystems launched its SiliconDrive Secure family which included the widest range of available storage security features in a solid state disk.