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Distribution SanDisk Shoot&Store Flash grows fast

Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-25 09:00:00
SanDisk announced that it has passed the 10,000-store threshold in its rapidly expanding efforts to offer inexpensive Shoot & Store flash memory cards to consumers in places where they shop frequently. Rite Aid and Kmart are among the latest retailers to begin selling the line, joining hundreds of other drug and grocery storefronts. Rite Aid Category Manager Steve Lund said that sales of Shoot & Store cards have been "very encouraging. They are part of our strategy to build consumer awareness of Rite Aid as a one-stop center for digital cameras, flash memory cards and print processing." At Kmart, the line expands the retailer's ongoing commitment to digital photography products. Also adding the cards are several major supermarket chains.


SanDisk introduces its Mobile products line

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-26 08:15:00
SanDisk Corporation announced the introduction of its Mobile products line, a complete family of small flash memory cards for the newest generation of mobile phones. The Mobile products line allows retailers in the mobile phone segment offer all of the small-size memory cards for aftermarket sales to the high-growth segment of mobile phones that use memory cards to store personal files, video games, music, digital images, video and other storage-intensive content. SanDisk's new Mobile products line includes TransFlash, SD, miniSD, MultiMediaCard, RS-MMC, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo and SD Wi-Fi cards. The announcement was made at the Digital Experience media conference in New York.


SanDisk ships 256MB + WiFi SD combination card

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-25 06:30:00
SanDisk Corporation (Nasdaq:SNDK) announced today the availability of the SanDisk 256 megabyte(MB) + Wi-Fi(R) SD Combination card, the world's first card to include both memory and WLAN (802.11b) communications in a single SD card. The new card is compatible with handheld devices that feature an SDIO-enabled slot and use Microsoft(R) Pocket PC 2002, Pocket PC 2003 or Windows Mobile(TM) 2003 operating environments. Availability of the SanDisk Combination SD card, with shipping planned in the next 30 days to worldwide markets, was announced at the Digital Experience media conference in New York. SanDisk's 256MB+Wi-Fi SD card has already received a 2004 Mobility Award from MobileTraxx.


SanDisk demonstrates use of USB Flash Drives

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-21 16:00:00
SanDisk announced its participation in a demonstration that shows the compatibility and interoperability of the Continuity of Care Record (CCR) on a SanDisk Cruzer Mini USB flash drive. The CCR standard is aimed at creating a transportable set of basic health information that contains the most relevant data about a patient's condition at a particular point in time. The demonstration is being conducted at TEPR '04, the 20th annual conference and exhibition of the Medical Records Institute, where SanDisk is an exhibitor at Booth #1623. "As the use of portable electronic patient records becomes more popular, we envision patients carrying their medical records as two files," said Ed Cuellar, director of marketing at SanDisk.


Rob Galbraith: SanDisk Extreme and Ultra II test

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-17 01:00:00
SanDisk Corporation announced that its Extreme and Ultra II CompactFlash and SD cards took top honours in speed and performance tests in 9 out of 13 professional digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras from Canon, Fuji, Kodak, Nikon and Pentax. According to performance tests conducted by Rob Galbraith, a renowned photojournalist and industry consultant, the Extreme and Ultra II cards earned the fastest speed rating in the majority of cameras actively being tested including the Canon EOS-1D Mark II, which can record 8.2 Megapixel images at up to 8.5 frames per second, and the EOS Digital Rebel, 10D, and 1D. SanDisk's cards also received the highest scores on the Nikon D70, D100 and D2H models.


SanDisk adds extras to its Cruzer Titanium USB

Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-05 00:01:00
SanDisk today announced that it is bolstering its top-of-the-line Cruzer Titanium USB portable flash drive with two powerful software programs that allow users to carry their important Microsoft Outlook information, access and edit it from other Microsoft Windows-based personal computers, and efficiently back up their files from any source. The programs were designed exclusively for SanDisk and are available only on Cruzer Titanium USB flash drives. CruzerSync is an advanced Outlook data management software system that synchronizes with an office or home PC. It enables a user to download e-mails, attachments, contacts, notes, calendar items and tasks to a Cruzer Titanium, merely by inserting it into the computer's USB port.


SanDisk opens first retail distribution in China

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-27 10:30:00
SanDisk announced that it has opened its first distribution center in China, in the Futian Free Trade Zone of Shenzhen near Hong Kong. The facility, located in a five-floor, 59,203-square-foot building, will house packaging and shipping operations for Asia and the Pacific Rim. Managed by Modus Media, Inc., an international fulfilment company headquartered in Westwood, Mass., the center will supply SanDisk retail products to China, India and Southeast Asia, as well as to Australia and New Zealand. Products will be shipped to Shenzhen direct from manufacturing plants in China and Taiwan. Previously, they were sent to SanDisk's distribution center in Raleigh, North Carolina, which facilitated shipment to Asia.


SanDisk to offer miniSD Cards at retail in Taiwan

Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-21 12:21:10
SanDisk announced that it will start to sell miniSD memory cards through retail stores in Taiwan starting in May. SanDisk miniSD cards will be offered in capacities that range from 32 megabytes (MB) to 256MB. SanDisk miniSD cards are used to store digital images, video, MP3 files and other data in camera phones and multimedia mobile phones. The announcement was made today in Taipei, where SanDisk and its retail distributor in Taiwan, Princeton Technology C&C Corporation (PTC), held a joint press conference. "The number of mobile phones with miniSD slots is growing rapidly since removable storage is a key advantage for mobile phones that feature storage-intensive features such as digital cameras, MP3 players and games"






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