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SanDisk Shoot and Store Cruzer mini introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-17 00:10:00
SanDisk Shoot and Store mini introduction : SanDisk Corporation today announced the addition of a 32-megabyte (MB) Cruzer Mini USB 2.0 flash drive into its Shoot & Store line of low-cost flash storage products sold through the food and drug store channel. The Cruzer Mini in this channel highlights the growing utility and demand for easily storing, transferring and accessing a variety of digital files. “USB flash drives are essential for transporting personal computer data files, image files or video and audio between home, office, school and other locations,” said Kent Perry, retail product manager of the Shoot & Store line. “Once you use them, they become an indispensable tool for which there is no good substitute.”


SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-16 19:34:33
SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award : SanDisk announced that the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), an organization of 30 top photography publications from across Europe, has given its Best Imaging Storage Media Award For 2005 to the SanDisk Extreme III line of high-speed storage flash cards. SanDisk Extreme 3 flash cards, the world's fastest flash memory cards, were recognized by leading editors, many of whom are professional photographers, as setting "a new standard for industry performance." SanDisk officials received the award at a TIPA ceremony in Cologne. TIPA editors judge on quality, performance and value, criteria that are very important to all photographers.


Sony Micro Vault media with the Virtual Expander

Mark Peters : 2005-06-13 06:00:50
Sony Micro Vault media with the Virtual Expander : Sony’s latest enhancements to its Micro Vault USB storage media line include a new Virtual Expander feature that stretches the virtual capacity of the device to store as much as three times more data. The Virtual Expander feature is included in the latest Classic and Mini Micro Vault designs. In addition, Sony is introducing the Micro Vault Turbo with a rapid 28MB/sec maximum transfer speed. Together, these products create a comprehensive offering for increasingly storage-hungry users who need to take more data and high quality multimedia content wherever they go. Micro Vault media with the Virtual Expander feature is currently shipping at the same MSRP as the prior Micro Vault line.


Edge ProShot SD memory cards, RS-MMC and miniSD

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-12 18:54:29
Edge ProShot SD memory cards, RS-MMC and miniSD : Edge Tech Corp, a leading supplier of DRAM and Flash memory upgrades, portable computing products, storage devices, and other experience-enhancing technology solutions announced today a significant expansion to its digital media line to include two reduced-sized formats as well as a professional series of flash memory cards. The new additions include ProShot SD Memory Cards, RS-MMC (reduced size MMC) and miniSD. "The digital photography craze is at an all time high. People are investing more to purchase higher quality cameras, and they want higher quality flash memory cards in order to realize maximum performance," said Simon Crossley, VP of Sales for Edge.


Samsung ultra high-speed MMCplus & MMCmobile cards

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-09 00:05:00
Samsung ultra-high-speed MMCplus and MMCmobile cards : Samsung Electronics has announced a major new commitment to the MultiMediaCard (MMC) market by initiating mass production of two new ultra high-speed MultiMediaCards : MMCplus and MMCmobile. The new, ultra-fast MMCs are capable of transmitting data at 52MBytes per second, up to twenty times faster than existing MMCs, by supporting wider (x4 and x8) bus widths. A third Samsung MMC, the extremely small MMCmicro, also ultra fast, went into mass production earlier this year in densities of 32MBytes, 64MBytes, 128MBytes and 256MBytes. The faster speeds and smaller footprint of MMCs allows consumers to enjoy higher performance from small, advanced portable consumer devices.


SMSC Hi-Speed USB Hub and Flash Card Controller

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-08 22:09:30
SMSC Hi-Speed USB Hub and Flash Card Controller : Getting the right set of digital photography connections to the front panel of a television, PC, or printer can be a difficult mechanical design challenge for equipment manufacturers. Now designers have a simple, cost-effective alternative to using multiple devices when adding the digital photography connections that consumers require. Today, SMSC, a leading semiconductor company delivering innovative system solutions spanning analog, digital and mixed-signal technologies, unveiled its USB2602 Hi-Speed USB hub and 15-in-1 flash media compound device controller. This industry-first solution combines two USB device controllers - flash media and hub - onto one chip.


ATP ProMax super high speed SD & MMCmicro cards

Mark Peters : 2005-06-07 21:08:00
ATP ProMax super high speed SD & MMCmicro cards : ATP will showcase its latest flash media products at Computex Taipei 2005 from May 31 to June 4, in Taipei Taiwan. ATP will debut both its ProMax series of super high speed SD cards and MMCmicro cards on their Booth. Both product unveilings are expected to solidify ATP’s leading expertise in the design and manufacture of the highest capacity, performance and quality flash cards in ultra small form factors. The all-new ATP ProMax SD card products will come in capacities of up to 2GB initially, with a 4GB card planned for later this year in Q4. Conforming to the latest SD v1.1 system specification, they are rated at super fast 133X transfer rates (up to read 20MB/s and 18MB/s write).


Mu-Card Alliance Joins MultiMediaCard Association

Mark Peters : 2005-06-06 23:30:00
Mu-Card Alliance Joins MultiMediaCard Association : The MultiMediaCard Association today announced that the Mu-Card Alliance has agreed to join the MMCA. The former Mu-Card Alliance members will create a technical subcommittee under the MMCA umbrella to define the next generation I/O device interface standard based on the MMC specification. The new subcommittee will be headed by Mr. C.Y. Liu of Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute, founding member and chairperson of the Mu-Card Alliance, and will report to the MMCA Technical Committee. The Mu-Card Alliance was formed in October 2004 with the goal of establishing a small form factor card standard that addresses the emerging market need for high-performance memory card.






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