SSD, How do they work?

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How do solid State devices work
Solid State storage devices, (SSD) use integrated circuit assemblies to store the
user's data. SSD drives share the I/O interface technology with HDDs in that they can
be instantly accessed just by plugging it in a bringing up the window. Most SSD
devices today use NAND-based flash memory, which is able to retain data without
the need of electrical power. SSD drives work in RAM, (Random Access Memory)
which allows stored data to be retrieved in a random order simultaneously.
NAND-based flash memory:

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