AN!Wiki :: ECC
Error correcting code is a mechanism for transmitting additional, redundant data that allows for the detection of errors. In most cases, ECC allows the automatic correction of single-byte errors without requiring the corrupted data being retransmitted.
It is often found in enterprise-grade memory, often referred to as "ECC RAM". The same technology is used in many different system components, like storage systems.
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