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M-Systems and SanDisk signed an agreement


Mark Peters : 2004-09-10 08:30:34
M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd. and SanDisk Corporation announced that they have signed a strategic collaboration and patent cross-license agreement to jointly develop and promote the next-generation USB flash drive platform. The collaboration will establish technology standards to enhance the usability and functionality of USB flash drives in a wide range of applications. The collaboration also opens the door to a standardized platform on which third party software application developers can develop powerful new applications for consumer and enterprise use. Both companies will contribute to the new USB flash drive standard their considerable patents and other intellectual property.


SanDisk launches Shoot & Store Cards in Mexico


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-09 00:01:06
SanDisk announced that it will sell its Shoot & Store line of affordable flash memory cards in Mexico to meet expanding consumer demand in Latin America’s largest market for digital cameras. The announcement was made during a series of press briefings in Mexico City. The cards, offered in capacities of 50 photos (32-megabyte) and 100 photos (64-megabyte), are aimed at consumers who are transitioning from film-based cameras to digital photography or who want the simplicity of storing their images indefinitely without downloading to a computer or saving to a CD-ROM or DVD. The Shoot & Store line consists of the most popular flash card formats - SD, CompactFlash and Memory Stick PRO.


SanDisk CF survives blast that destroys camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-08 09:00:21
When a demolition crew set off an explosion to bring down an old highway bridge on the Mississippi River, newspaper photographer Don Frazier was so close that his hair stood on end. His digital camera, positioned on a tripod at an even closer point to remotely capture the event, fared much worse. It was blown to bits. But to Frazier's amazement, there on the ground, inches from the shattered remnants of his new pro-level camera, was his SanDisk 256MB CompactFlash card, which he had owned since 1999. Surprisingly, except for a few nicks, it was unscathed, even though it had been blasted from the camera chamber. And when he inserted the card into a PC reader, up popped an image that has astonished everyone who's seen it.


SanDisk supplies Reduces Size MMC for Siemens S65


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-02 04:35:30
SanDisk announced that it will supply Siemens Information and Communication Mobile of Germany, the world's fourth largest producer of mobile phones, with Reduced Size MultiMediaCards (RS-MMC) for sale with the new high-performance Siemens S65 handset. At roughly half the size of a postage stamp, the SanDisk RS-MMC is one of the world's smallest flash memory form factors. A 32-megabyte RS-MMC will be bundled with sales of the Siemens mobile phones, which are expected to reach dealers in Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America by October 1, 2004. "This represents a significant OEM design win for the RS-MMC flash memory form factor, which we recently introducedand we're pleased that Siemens has decided to include our cards."


SanDisk's Ultra II CF Cards Win TIPA Award


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-26 10:00:38
SanDisk announced that the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), an association made up of 30 top photography publications from across Europe, has awarded its Best Imaging Storage Media Award to the SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash line of high-speed storage cards. The SanDisk Ultra II cards were recognized by leading editors, many of whom are professional photographers, as setting "a new standard for industry performance." TIPA editors judge on quality, performance and value-criteria that are very important to all photographers. "We have worked very hard to take the leadership position in the digital camera storage card market," said Nelson Chan, senior vice president and general manager of SanDisk's retail business unit.


SanDisk wins EISA Award for Ultra II cards


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-24 04:53:12
SanDisk Corporation announced that the European Imaging & Sound Association (EISA), has named the SanDisk Ultra II line of high-speed storage cards as the European Memory Card of the Year 2004-2005. The SanDisk Ultra II cards recently won a TIPA award, making this the second prestigious European award earned for the Ultra II cards’ speed and performance. EISA is the largest editorial multimedia organization in Europe, with a membership of 50 Audio, Mobile Electronics, Video and Photo magazines drawn from 20 European countries. The highly sought-after awards are presented annually in recognition of new products that combine the most advanced technology, performance and value.


SanDisk launches Shoot & Store in South America


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-16 03:00:25
SanDisk announced that it has launched its Shoot & Store line of inexpensive flash memory cards in South and Central America as sales of digital cameras in the region are growing rapidly. The announcement was made at PhotoImageBrazil 2004. The cards, offered in capacities of 50 photos (32-megabyte) and 100 photos (64-megabyte - based on resolution of 1 Megapixel), are aimed at consumers who are transitioning from film-based cameras to digital photography or who want the simplicity of storing their images indefinitely without downloading to a computer or saving to an optical disc. The Shoot & Store line consists of the most popular flash card formats, SD, CompactFlash and Memory Stick PRO.


SanDisk licenses ARC 600 Processor Core


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-13 09:30:53
ARC International, a world leader in configurable RISC CPU/DSP processor cores and application platforms, announced that SanDisk, the world's largest supplier of flash storage products, has licensed the ARC 600 RISC processor core and MetaWare development tools for use in their next generation of flash storage products. SanDisk, the leading supplier of flash data storage card products, designs, manufactures and markets digital imaging and audio storage products using its patented high density flash memory and controller technology. As an ARC licensee since 2000, SanDisk products are sold under the SanDisk label and by OEMs for use in products ranging from portable music players and digital cameras to smart phones and handheld computers.


SanDisk Cruzer Titanium wins 2 Editors' Awards


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-02 03:51:29
SanDisk Corporation announced that its new Cruzer Titanium portable USB flash drive has been honored with two coveted Editors' Choice Awards, one from consumer electronics website CNET (www.cnet.com), a leading resource for consumer electronic product reviews and information, and the other from Laptop mobile computing magazine. In giving Cruzer Titanium a 9.0 ("Excellent") out of a possible 10 rating, CNET senior associate editor Justin Jaffe said the drive has "a trinity of useful utilities and superior durability at a competitive price per megabyte." Cruzer Titanium comes in a single capacity of 512 megabytes, has a USB connector that retracts into the body, and carries three software applications that provide on-the-road productivity.


SanDisk Extreme taken to Extremes in expeditions!


Dennis Hissink : 2004-07-21 00:05:38
From the searing heat of the Sahara Desert to the piercing cold of the North Pole, two recent American expeditions have demonstrated that SanDisk's Extreme line of digital photographic flash memory cards can withstand brutal temperatures to safeguard precious images, even when humans are pushed to the limits of physical endurance. Designed for harsh weather and rapid-fire shooting, SanDisk Extreme cards, with their rugged construction and fast write and read speeds, have become the flash memory cards of choice for many outdoor photographers and adventurers. They have been tested to operate in climates that range from a low of -13 degrees Fahrenheit (-25 degrees Centigrade) to a high of +185 degrees Fahrenheit (+85 degrees Centigrade).


SanDisk and SiliconSystems sign cross license


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-28 14:00:23
SanDisk Corporation and SiliconSystems, Inc., announced that they have signed a cross license agreement covering flash memory patents. According to the terms of the agreement, SanDisk and SiliconSystems will be cross-licensed to use flash system patents of both companies for specifically defined product applications. Details of the agreement are confidential. Richard Chernicoff, vice president of business development at SanDisk, said, "This license agreement is tailored to SiliconSystems' exclusive focus on the enterprise system OEM market. We are pleased with the agreement and look forward to future business cooperation with SiliconSystems." SiliconSystems' website homepage address: http://www.siliconsystems.com


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 sells Extreme in Australia and New Zeeland


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-25 01:56:00
SanDisk announced that it will sell its Extreme line of flash storage cards in Australia and New Zealand, giving professional photographers and photo enthusiasts fast read and write speeds and dependable operation in punishing conditions. The SanDisk Extreme cards are available in three formats: CompactFlash, SD and Memory Stick PRO. The CF version will be sold in capacities of 256 Megabytes, 512MB, 1 GB and 2GB. Extreme SD cards will be available in 256MB and 512MB, and Extreme Memory Stick PRO will come in 256MB, 512MB and 1GB. "With sales of nearly 1 million digital cameras in Australia last year, twice as many as in 2002, this is one of the world's fastest-growing markets for flash memory cards," said Tanya Chuang (SanDisk).


SanDisk introduces 6-in-1 PC Card Adapter


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-24 11:00:00
SanDisk today introduced the world's first 6-in-1 PC Card Adapter, giving notebook computer users the largest number of card formats for moving files to and from flash memory devices such as digital cameras, PDAs, MP3 players and mobile phones. The new adapter offers easy, plug-and-play compatibility with no software needed, and works with six different memory card formats: SD, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, xD-Picture Card, and SmartMedia. To read a card, users simply insert it into the adapter, and then slide the adapter into any computer with a PC Card slot. In this mode, the adapter works like a removable hard drive. The announcement was made at the Digital Experience media conference in New York.


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.






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