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Seiko Epson flexible memory TFT SRAM

Jasper Huitink : 2005-10-05 22:20:00
Epson flexible memory TFT SRAM : Seiko Epson Corporation today announced that it had developed the first flexible SRAM (16 kilobits). The company expects the TFT-SRAM to be adopted in the near future as a key component for small, light and flexible electronic devices. Epson has developed a reputation for developing compact, energy-saving electronic devices. Using this experience and technical expertise, the company has now set itself the target of developing devices that are thin, light and flexible. To achieve this aim, Epson has developed technologies including low temperature poly-Si technology using thin film formation, and SUFTLA, which allows the transfer of TFT circuits from a glass substrate onto flexible substrates.


TwinMOS Ultra X 4GB CompactFlash card

Dennis Hissink : 2005-10-02 21:10:00
TwinMOS Ultra X 4GB CompactFlash card : While the quality of digital devices improves, consumers will need flash memory cards of greater capacity and higher speed in order to fulfill the device's performance. As it usually takes minutes to transfer a media file, TwinMOS introduces the TwinMOS Ultra X 4GB CompactFlash manufactured with the latest technologies as a solution for the consumer's demand of greater capacity and higher speed, and consumers will surely be impressed by its speed performance. The excellent R&D team of TwinMOS will introduce the brand new Ultra-X CompactFlash Card with a capacity of 4GB and a speed of 140x. The dual channel design has enhance the data transfer rate to 21Mbps for reading and 16.2Mbps for writing.


SanDisk Memory Stick Micro

Dennis Hissink : 2005-09-30 08:00:00
SanDisk Memory Stick Micro : SanDisk Corporation and Sony Corporation today announced the development of the "Memory Stick Micro" format, an ultra-small IC recording media designed to meet the growing storage needs of highly compact, multifunctional mobile phones. Licensing for the development of "Memory Stick Micro" compatible hardware will begin October 3, 2005. "Memory Stick Micro" media is approximately one-quarter the size of "Memory Stick PRO Duo" media, yet only about 1.2 mm thick. The media's edges are slotted lengthwise to allow for more slim-line designed connectors to reduce space in host devices. As dual-voltage media, Memory Stick Micro supports devices operating at 3.3 volts and 1.8 volts.


SanDisk iNAND flash memory

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-28 21:20:00
SanDisk iNAND flash memory : SanDisk Corporation today introduced SanDisk iNAND, a small, easily integrated high-speed NAND flash storage device that is available in capacities and price points that make it an attractive alternative to micro hard drives. Embedded flash memory is a popular storage solution for consumer electronics products such as MP3 players, GPS devices, personal media players and mobile phones. The announcement was made at the CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment 2005 trade show in San Francisco, where SanDisk is exhibiting products in booth #944. SanDisk iNAND flashdrive will be available in capacities ranging from 256 MB to 4 GB. And is planned for quarter 4 2005.


Lexar USB flashdrive Secure II

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-28 21:15:00
Lexar USB flashdrive Secure II : Lexar Media, Inc. a leader in advanced digital media and accessories, today announced the availability of JumpDrive Secure II a second generation USB flash drive featuring 256-bit AES Encryption to secure folders and files so consumers can easily store and protect valuable files, data and images. Secure II offers a dashboard onscreen interface that makes it easy for consumers to navigate the drive's advanced security features. Users can quickly create secure files on either the USB drive or on the host computer using the new unique 'Encrypted Vault' feature. Secure the Secure II with on-the-fly 256-bit AES Encryption. When files are dragged out of the 'Encrypted Vault' they are automatically decrypt.


SanDisk SD Plus

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-28 21:00:00
SanDisk SD Plus : SanDisk today introduced the Ultra II SD PLUS, an innovative SD memory card with built-in USB connectivity. The new card, which works seamlessly in any SD card slot, also can be used as a high-speed USB 2.0 flash drive. The announcement was made at the annual Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Show at the Orange County Convention Center where SanDisk is demonstrating products in Booth 2408. The new dual-functionality device has been added to the SanDisk Ultra II product line, a family of high-performance flash memory cards with write speeds of 9MB per second and read speeds of 10MB/sec. (Results based on testing with the popular HDBENCH benchmark software. Actual results in digital cameras will vary by camera model.)


SanDisk gruvi card debuts with Rolling Stones

Dennis Hissink : 2005-09-28 08:26:20
SanDisk gruvi card debuts with Rolling Stones : SanDisk Corporation made entertainment history by launching SanDisk gruvi card, the first removable flash memory card of its type to be sold with premium music content. And SanDisk’s debut release in this new medium is none other than A Bigger Bang from EMI Music’s Virgin Records, the bestselling album from the legendary Rolling Stones. Available in November, the gruvi music version of A Bigger Bang will be offered on SanDisk’s microSD (TransFlash) card. Millions of those cards already have been shipped to handset manufacturers for use in mobile phones worldwide. Roughly the size of a fingernail, the gruvi card comes with an adapter that can expand it to the size of a larger SD card.


SanDisk TrustedFlash introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-09-27 13:00:00
SanDisk TrustedFlash introduction : SanDisk introduced Trusted- Flash, a technology that will enable consumers to buy premium music, movies and games on flash memory cards for use interchangeably in mobile phones, laptop computers, PDAs and other portable devices. Music producers and movie studios will be able to release premium content on TrustedFlash products because it provides the superior security and digital rights management solutions that are required by these providers. Consumers will be able to download premium content from online digital music services through their mobile phone or PC. They’ll also be able to purchase pre-recorded content on SanDisk’s new Gruvi cards, the first product to be released with TrustedFlash.






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