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Samsung 70nm 4GB NAND flash memory introduction

Mark Peters : 2005-06-06 23:00:00
Samsung 70nm 4GB NAND flash memory introduction : Samsung Electronics Co., the leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced that it has begun mass producing the highest density NAND flash device yet to take advantage of advanced 70-nanometer process technology; 4-Gigabit (Gb) NAND flash memory. The faster technology offers larger storage densities for consumer and mobile applications at more affordable pricing. Samsung’s 4Gb NAND flash memory was first developed in September 2003. Following the New Memory Growth Model of double density growth every 12 months (conceived by Dr. Chang Gyu Hwang, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics Semiconductor Business).


SanDisk FlashCP content processing technology

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-05 23:15:00
SanDisk FlashCP content processing technology : SanDisk introduced FlashCP, a unique proprietary content processing technology designed to let students easily and safely download and store their textbooks, novels, learning tools and more on a USB flash drive. While protecting the copyrighted content of publishers, FlashCP aims to create a "digital backpack" that weighs ounces instead of pounds. The announcement was made at the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), where SanDisk is exhibiting in the Philadelphia Convention Center. Originally developed under the name of BookLocker, FlashCP was created by MDRM, a privately held Israeli company that SanDisk acquired last December.


SanDisk 2 GB Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card

Mark Peters : 2005-05-26 23:31:47
SanDisk 2 GB Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card : Tower Semiconductor Ltd a pure-play independent specialty foundry, announced today that SanDisk Corporation has selected the company to provide the memory controller on its recently introduced 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo Game Card, a high-capacity flash memory card for Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP). The SanDisk memory controller is being manufactured in Tower's Fab 2 facility. SanDisk and Tower have been closely cooperating on designs that are targeted for multiple flash storage formats with unique solutions to enable superior performance. SanDisk’s Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card maximize your world of entertainment.


M-Systems 176 gigbyte FFD Ultra320 SCSI flash disk

Mark Peters : 2005-05-24 18:00:00
M-Systems 176 gigbyte FFD Ultra320 SCSI flash disk : M-Systems introduces market's highest capacity, highest performance flash drive for the Military. Military and Aerospace integrators can now fulfill their higher capacity requirements by using the new FFD Ultra320 SCSI flash disk from M-Systems, a leader in flash-based data storage products. The new product released today is now in mass production with capacities ranging from 1 to 176 gigabytes and SCSI interface speeds of 320 megabytes per second, all within in a standard 3.5" case. The new FFD Ultra320 SCSI is specifically designed for mission critical systems required by the military, aerospace, telecommunication, video server, broadcasting and factory automation industries.


Lexar USB FlashCard approved by USB-IF standards

Mark Peters : 2005-05-24 17:30:00
New Lexar USB FlashCard approved by USB-IF : Lexar Media today announced that its breakthrough USB FlashCard, introduced in January 2005, is compliant with the Series "A" Plug Form Factor Guideline 1.0 recently approved by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF). The compliance of Lexar's USB FlashCard to this guideline is a significant milestone in the advancement of USB flash drives and promises to help expand the number of applications and markets. A mere 12 millimeters wide, 4.5 millimeters high and 31.75 millimeters long, the card is no wider than the diameter of a penny, and is volumetrically similar to an SD card. The rugged, sturdy metal housing is intended to make the USB FlashCard suitable for use in a range of environment.


Kingston SD Ultimate Cards for Nikon D50 SLR

Mark Peters : 2005-05-24 17:10:00
Kingston SD Ultimate Cards for Nikon D50 SLR : Kingston Technology today announced the expansion of its Secure Digital (SD) Card product line with the release of new ultra-performing ?Ultimate’ SD cards, initially shipping in 512-MB and 1-GB capacities. The new SD Ultimate cards offer significant performance benefits over the current Standard and Elite Pro lines of SD cards, including 133X super-fast transfer rates of larger size files - ideal for the photographic demands of enthusiasts and professional digital camera users. Nikon’s new 6.1-Megapixel D50 SLR is one of the first digital cameras to standardise on high performance SD cards. The Nikon D50 is the smallest, lightest and easiest-to-use Nikon digital SLR camera to date.


Samsung Solid State Disk (SSD) based on NAND Flash

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-05-23 23:59:59
Samsung Solid State Disk based on NAND Flash : Samsung Electronics, the leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced that it has developed the first Solid State Disk (SSD) based on NAND Flash memory technology. The NAND-based SSD is a low power, lightweight storage media for notebook PCs, sub-notebook PCs and tablet PCs. Using the industry's highest density 8Gb (Gigabit) NAND Flash, Samsung can build SSDs with a capacity of up to 16GB. The SSD has a power consumption rate less than five percent of today's hard disk drives (HDDs), enabling next generation mobile PCs to extend their battery life by more than 10 percent. The NAND-based SSD weighs less than half that of a comparably sized HDD.


Fujifilm new digital media card formats

Mark Peters : 2005-05-20 13:15:00
Fujifilm new digital media card formats : Fujifilm, the market leader in memory cards for digital devices, has announced the introduction of new media card formats aimed at both the professional photographer and the consumer. The new media cards include Secure Digital, CompactFlash, xD-Picture, MMCplus and the new MMC mobile card. The professional and consumer ranges will feature separate and distinctive packaging, and the extended portfolio means that almost every media card on the market can now be found under the Fujifilm brand - offering customers a straight forward path to whichever format they require. Every single media card in Fujifilm’s Professional Media range comes complete with a Lifetime Guarantee.






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