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Lexar expands MS line with MS Duo and MS PRO Duo


Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-15 16:01:46
Lexar Media, Inc., a leading designer, developer and marketer of award-winning high-performance digital media and accessories, today announced plans to manufacture and distribute Memory Stick Duo. The newly introduced Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo are one-third the volume and one half the weight of a standard Memory Stick, which makes them ideal for mobile phones, compact digital cameras and mobile electronic devices. Lexar Media’s Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo will integrate the company’s proprietary controller technology to achieve advanced speed performance. The Memory Stick Duo offered by Lexar Media will be available in capacities of 32MB, 64MB and 128MB.


Sony's new memory stick Pro format


Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 14:05:28
Enabling users to listen, watch and enjoy a variety of rich content including high-resolution digital images, CD-quality audio and DVD-quality moving images, Sony Electronics announced U.S. introduction plans for its line of the new 256MB, 512MB and 1GB Memory Stick PRO media. Jointly developed with SanDisk Corporation, the new generation of memory cards features high capacity, high-speed data transfer, high-level security and future expandability. The Memory Stick PRO format-enabled devices with high-speed data transfer capabilities can reach unparalleled levels of performance, such as real-time recording of high-resolution moving images. The Memory Stick PRO format integrates new technologies and features including:


SanDisk introduces the miniSD card


Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 13:34:49
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the SanDisk miniSD™ card, a new thumbnail-sized flash memory card that is designed to meet the needs of the mobile phone market for greater storage capacity in the smallest possible physical form factor. The miniSD card was recently adopted by the SD Association as an ultra-small form factor extension to the SD card standard. The SanDisk miniSD card is targeted at the new generation of 2.5G and 3G mobile phones that offer storage-intensive features such as digital cameras, video capture, MP3 players, video games, personal information management (PIM), email and voicemail capabilities. SanDisk will start customer shipments of the new miniSD card in March 2003.


New Memory Stick Line-up is Compact and High-speed


Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 00:03:10
Sony UK has announced that the Memory Stick has become smaller in size and faster in transferring data. Sony has evolved the Memory Stick Duo at one third the volume and one half the weight of the standard Memory Stick launched last September to offer users a high-speed data transfer of up to 160Mbps, making it more suitable for speedy data transfer among a wide range of mobile electronic devices such as digital still cameras, mobile phones, PCs and PDAs. The new Memory Stick Duo has 128MB capacity and incorporates a parallel interface, allowing users to quickly view stored content. It can be used in most of the existing Memory Stick Duo enabled products and other Memory Stick enabled products via a supplied adapter.


Kingston Introduces 256MB Secure Digital Card


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-21 00:25:51
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. today announced the release of a 256MB Secure Digital (SD) Card, the latest generation of high capacity, small form factor digital storage devices on the market today. SD is the latest addition to Kingston's continuously expanding spectrum of digital storage devices. The SD card's postage stamp size weighs less than two grams and provides up to 500 digital photos. The SD card also provides enhanced cryptographic security protection for copyrighted data. SD cards are used in the latest SD compatible digital devices such as PDAs, digital cameras, digital camcorders and MP3 players. Available immediately, Kingston's 256MB SD Card (SD/256) carries a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $99.00.


Fujifilm announces availability 512MB xD-Picture


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 17:11:20
Fujifilm today announced the retail availability of the 512MB xD-Picture Card, offering even greater memory capacity from the smallest storage format on the market. The new higher capacity card will be available at photographic retailers from July 2003. The xD-Picture Card was developed in 2002, in response to consumer demand for greater memory capacity at an economical price. The card allows high-speed data transfers with less power consumption than comparable storage options. The miniature size of the card has also enabled the development of even smaller digital cameras with high performance features. xD-Picture Cards are currently available in capacities of 16, 32, 64,128 and 256MB. The 512MB card will be available in July 2003.




The new 512MB xD-Picture card from Olympus


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 17:00:53
With 512MB, the ultra-compact xD-Picture Card doubles its maximum capacity. Users can shoot for longer and take more high-resolution shots before they need to download the images or change the ultra-compact Olympus card. For example, when shooting 2560 x 1920 pixel photos with the 5 million pixel Olympus CAMEDIA C-5050ZOOM, up to 32 TIFF files or 416 HQ images can be saved on the removable media. Besides its diminutive size of 20 x 25 x 1.7 mm, the new Olympus card naturally also maintains the other qualities of the xD-Picture Card media: fast read/write speeds, low power consumption, durable design and wide compatibility with a huge variety of digital cameras.


Lexar Media wins TIPA Award 2003-2004 for 2GB CF


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:29:36
Lexar Media, Inc. (Nasdaq: LEXR), a leading designer, developer and marketer of award-winning high-performance digital media and accessories, announced today that Lexar Media's 2GB 40X-speed Professional Series CompactFlash has been recognized by the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) as the "Best Digital Accessory" introduced in Europe within the past twelve months. TIPA is an organization of 31 photography and imaging magazines in 12 European countries and the TIPA Awards are recognized throughout the European imaging community as the Oscars of the industry. The Awards are granted by Europe's most influential imaging editors who judge each product on innovation, use of leading-edge technology, design and ergonomics and ease of use.


Lexar Media WA supported by Sigma SD9 SLR camera


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:27:09
Lexar Media, a leading designer, developer and marketer of award-winning high-performance digital media and accessories, today announced that the Sigma SD9 digital SLR camera, which features the FoveonÒ X3 image sensor, will support Lexar Media's Write Acceleration (WA) standard with a recently released firmware upgrade available on Sigma's Website. Write Acceleration technology is enabled by firmware residing in both the camera and CompactFlash card. When a WA enabled camera detects a WA enabled card, the two are able to transfer data with less overhead, thereby increasing write speed.Lexar Media introduced Write Acceleration in its Professional Series CompactFlash cards in September 2002.


Lexar Media and Olympus agree on xD Picture card


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:24:37
Lexar Media, a leading designer, developer and marketer of award-winning high-performance digital media and accessory products, and Olympus Optical Co., a world leader in the development and marketing of digital cameras, today announced a significant expansion of their relationship with the signing of a new OEM and technology licensing agreement. Under the new agreement, Lexar Media will now be offering xD-Picture Cards in Lexar packaging through many of its 37,000 worldwide retail outlets. Lexar Media has also agreed to license its patents to Olympus for the xD-Picture Cards and host devices sold to Olympus' retail customers or bundled with Olympus cameras. Lexar Media and Olympus also agreed to future joint technology development.


SanDisk introduces Cruzer Mini USB2 Flash drive


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:19:57
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) today introduced Cruzer™ Mini, an embedded USB 2.0 hi-speed “key chain” flash drive about the size of a lipstick case. Cruzer Mini is one of the world’s smallest flash memory drives and uses the latest USB interface technology to achieve the maximum data transfer rates possible today. Cruzer Mini already has started shipping to major retailers in the United States and Canada and SanDisk also expects to ship the product in August to many of its 50,000 retail outlets around the world. The portable storage devices initially are being sold in two capacities – 128 and 256 megabytes (MB) – with suggested retail pricing of $49.99 and $79.99. SanDisk plans to introduce higher capacity Cruzer Minis later this year.


SanDisk expands sales of products to Dubai


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:15:16
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) announced today it has signed Grand Stores LLC as a direct distribution partner for Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Grand Stores is an up-scale retail chain that carries SanDisk's complete line of flash memory cards and accessories. It has significantly increased its sales of SanDisk products due to the growing popularity of mobile phones, digital cameras, hand held computers, digital video cameras, MP3 players, key chain USB flash drives and other mobile devices that use removable storage. "The SanDisk brand is widely recognized throughout the world and represents quality and compatibility to our customers," said Mohamed Abu Issa, managing director of Grand Stores, LLC.


SanDisk agrees with Olympus for xD Picture card


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:10:23
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) today announced that it has signed a five-year agreement with Olympus Optical Co., Ltd. covering the xD-Picture Card™ format. Under the agreement, Olympus will be licensed to SanDisk's patents relating to xD flash cards and host devices. SanDisk will be licensed to manufacture xD-Picture Cards for Olympus as well as sell xD-Picture Cards under the Olympus brand through SanDisk's global retail distribution channels. SanDisk will begin shipments of xD-Picture Cards in selected regions beginning in June 2003, with worldwide availability in the third quarter, 2003. The xD-Picture Card is a flash memory card format developed and owned by Olympus, FujiFilm and Toshiba.


Toshiba and SanDisk announce new Flash development


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 11:04:54
Toshiba Corporation and SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) today announced development of a high density NAND flash memory cell structure that allows fabrication of 4-Gigabit (Gb) NAND flash memory using the 90-nanometer (nm) design rules. The new memory cell, has a physical cell area of only 0.041 micron squared, and supports scaling to future generations of smaller feature design rules. Toshiba and SanDisk have tested the new cell structure and demonstrated its performance and reliability. The two companies plan to employ the new NAND cell technology starting in the first half of 2004 with 2 and 4-Gigabit NAND flash memory chips that will be manufactured by their FlashVision Japan Joint Venture production facility located at Toshiba.


SanDisk and Sony expand their MS cooperation


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 10:56:03
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) and Sony Corporation (NYSE: SNE) today announced that the two companies have signed a cross licensing agreement. This agreement enhances the close relationship that SanDisk and Sony have built over the last two years since their initial September 2001 collaboration agreement to offer Memory Stick media. The initial agreement was followed by a January 2003 announcement highlighting joint SanDisk and Sony development of Memory Stick PRO media designed to realize new levels of performance, such as real-time recording of high-resolution moving images. SanDisk holds a right to manufacture Memory Stick PRO media, based on the January 2003 announcement. The cross licensing agreement enhances the relationship.


SanDisk start selling MiniSD card in Japan


Dennis Hissink : 2003-07-20 10:51:38
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) announced today that it has started selling miniSD™ flash memory cards through retail stores in Japan making SanDisk the world\'s first company to sell the new small-size cards to retail consumers. Sales of the SanDisk miniSD cards, which started this month, come as the first mobile phones with slots for the card are entering the Japanese market. The new miniSD card format was introduced by SanDisk for sale to OEM customers in March 2003, and is being sold to consumers through retail outlets with a complementary adapter that converts the miniSD card into the SD card form factor. The adapter allows the miniSD card to fit into existing SD card slots.






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