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Lexar Media teams up with Ubisoft


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-31 23:59:55
Lexar Media teams up with Ubisoft : Lexar Media announced it has teamed up with Ubisoft, for a major value-add promotion tied to the highly anticipated release of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the PC platform. Beginning April 4 and running through June 15, 2005, purchasers of Lexar JumpDrive 1GB or 2GB USB flash drive will be able to enjoy a pre-loaded single game level of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the PC along with other specially created game content for the PC platform. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is Ubisoft's third instalment of the critically acclaimed Tom Clancy Splinter Cell franchise - recognized as one of the industry's most advanced and innovative gaming experiences.


Olympus MAUSB-300 xD-Picture Card USB reader


Mark Peters : 2005-03-30 11:00:33
Olympus MAUSB-300 xD-Picture Card USB reader : Olympus announced a 1 Gigabyte xD-Picture Card and a Portable USB Reader/Writer for xD media. As one of the world's smallest storage media for digital cameras and digital voice recorders, the xD-Picture Card is now capable of holding 1GB of data, whether it's digital images, video, music files, written documents, or presentations. When any xD card is placed inside the new stylish, compact MAUSB-300 Reader/Writer, data can go anywhere and be directly transferred quickly to and from a personal computer for added convenience. By offering a range of storage capabilities, the One Gigabyte xD-Picture Card guarantees that digital camera users' storage requirements will be fulfilled.


Kingston MMCplus flash card introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-25 16:00:00
Kingston MMCplus flash card introduction : Kingston announced the further expansion of its digital media product offerings with the new Kingston MMCplus cards in 256MB, 512MB and 1GB capacities and the 256MB MultiMediaCard (MMC) card. Based on the high-speed MMC card format, the new Kingston MMCplus cards offer increased performance and flexibility. MMCplus is based on the latest MultiMediaCard System Specification Version 4.0. This new standard offers five times the reading speed over the previous MMC standard and is suited for data-intensive applications such as digital imaging and digital music. The new Kingston MMCplus cards operate at faster clock speeds and support wider bus-widths (x1, x4, x8 bit).


Samsung MMCmicro flash card mass production


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-24 18:05:49
Samsung MMCmicro flash card mass production : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced today that it has begun mass-production of the smallest memory card available for mobile phones. The Samsung MMCmicro device can read data at 10MBps (megabytes per second) and write at 7MBps, which is 3.5 times faster than that of competing flash memory cards. The new thumbnail-sized Samsung memory card, designed specifically for mobile phones with advanced multimedia features, is one-third as large (12x14x1.1mm) as the reduced size multimedia card (RS-MMC) available today and can support four NAND Flash memory chips, enabling higher performance.


M-Systems FFD 2.5" UW SCSI flash disk introduction


Mark Peters : 2005-03-24 05:00:00
M-Systems FFD 2.5" UW SCSI flash disk introduction : Manufactured in a case height measuring as little as 11.5mm, the new M-Systems FFD 2.5" UW SCSI flash disk is the smallest flash disk currently available with a wide SCSI interface. High density computing applications with extreme space limitations, such as blade servers, provide a challenge for system designers. Traditional mechanical disks, due to their rotating mechanism, have difficulty complying with this requirement and typically operate at +5°c to +55°c. With an operating range of -40°c to +85°c, M-Systems' FFD flash disk complies with NEBS level 3, the highest standard for mission-critical telecommunications applications.


Samsung 1 Gigabit mobile DRAM introduction


Mark Peters : 2005-03-24 02:00:00
Samsung 1Gigabit mobile DRAM : Samsung Electronics, leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today demonstrated the world's first 1 Gigabit (Gb) mobile DRAM, and unveiled five other leading-edge mobile technologies that underscore its leadership in driving innovation and efficiency within the mobile industry. The advancements announced included a System-in-Package (SiP) with a 300MHz mobile CPU, a 1Gigabit (Gb) NAND flash memory, a 56Megabit (Mb) mobile DRAM, a 260K color display driver IC (DDI) for active matrix OLEDs (organic light emitting diodes), a quad video graphics array (QVGA) resolution one-chip DDI, and a 2.5-inch QVGA thin-film-transistor, liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) for MP3 players.


Imation 2 Gigabyte USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive


Mark Peters : 2005-03-23 07:30:00
Imation 2 Gigabyte USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive : Imation Corp, a worldwide leader in removable data storage media, today announced that its 2 gigabyte (GB) USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive was named one of four finalists in the Storage Solutions category of the 8th Annual DigitalFocus Awards, sponsored by Pepcom Inc. and Best Magazine. The DigitalFocus Awards recognize digital imaging and video innovations that have helped consumers and businesses visually express themselves over the past year. The DigitalFocus Award finalists and winners were announced at the DigitalFocus media event, the country's premier digital imaging and digital video showcase, in Orlando, prior to the Photo Marketing Association conference (PMA).


Verbatim USB flash drive with U3 platform support


Mark Peters : 2005-03-22 00:01:00
Verbatim USB flash drive with U3 platform support : U3 and Verbatim Corporation announced today that Verbatim will make a new type of USB flash drive by using the U3 platform. Called a smart USB flash drive, these drives enable consumers to carry all of their personal computer settings, applications and data for use on any PC wherever they go. Verbatim is a leader in the development and marketing of high-quality products for storing, moving and using digital content. U3 has developed a platform for manufacturers to license, and has assembled a community of developers who support the U3 platform by creating applications that will work on all smart USB flash drives.


Memorex USB TravelDrives with U3 platform support


Mark Peters : 2005-03-22 00:00:00
Memorex USB TravelDrives with U3 Platform Support : U3 and Memorex announced today that Memorex will introduce a new line of USB flash drives with built-in U3 support. U3's software and hardware specification will enable select Memorex TravelDrives to carry and run software applications and system utilities on any host PC, further increasing the versatility of these tiny, highly portable, data storage devices. Memorex is the leader in consumer digital storage products, including USB 2.0 flash drives. U3 has developed a platform for license by device manufacturers, and has assembled a community of software developers who support the U3 platform by creating applications that will work on smart USB flash drives.


SanDisk 1 Gigabyte xD-Picture Card introduction


Mark Peters : 2005-03-21 22:30:00
SanDisk 1 Gigabyte xD-Picture Card introduction : SanDisk Corporation today doubled the capacity of its xD-Picture Card and introduced a one gigabyte (GB) version (Type M) of the popular flash memory card. The 1 Gigabyte xD-Picture Card announcement was made at the annual CeBIT show (Hannover - Germany) where SanDisk is demonstrating the new 1 gigabyte xD-Picture Cards. The announcement follows the introduction last month of 10 new, four megapixel and higher digital cameras by Olympus and Fujifilm that are fully compatible with the 1GB xD-Picture Card. Susan Park, SanDisk’s xD product marketing manager, said, "These new Olympus and Fujifilm digital cameras are all in the four-to-seven megapixel range."


ATP 1GB RS-MMC introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-18 04:00:03
ATP 1GB RS-MMC introduction : According to IDC, the mobile phone market will grow to over 798 million by 2008 and mobile phones with memory card slots will reach 246.8 million in 2005. The latest multi-function rich media mobile phones launched by major cell phone makers such as Nokia, Samsung, Siemens, and many others come with RS-MMC card slots. Along with RS-MMC, ATP has been continuing to develop first to market products to meet the demanding applications coming to the market. ATP 1GB RS-MMC provides mobile OEMs the freedom to integrate rich multimedia function into the devices, thereby enabling the next cellular evolution. In addition, the open standards advantage of RS-MMC allows for easy adoption by device manufacturers.


microSD flash card introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-15 08:40:25
microSD flash card introduction : At CTIA WIRELESS 2005, the SD Card Association (SDA) announced plans to finalize specifications for a new, super-compact memory card this Spring. The microSD card, expected to be the world's smallest memory card and measuring just 11mm x 15mm x 1mm, will be completely compatible with SanDisk Corporation's TransFlash format. The microSD card offers the advantages of removability and SD compatibility for use with a host of SD- and miniSD-enabled products. SanDisk TransFlash has been widely adopted by key handset manufacturers around the world. The microSD is widely supported by the more than 800 SD Association members. SanDisk plans to transition its TransFlash line to the microSD standard in Q3 2005.


SanDisk and NDS partnership on flash storage cards


Mark Peters : 2005-03-14 23:17:22
SanDisk and NDS partnership on flash storage cards : SanDisk Corporation, the leading provider of flash storage cards, and NDS, a News Corporation company and a provider of technology solutions for digital pay TV and digital content protection for mobile devices, today announced a long-range partnership to provide an end-to-end solution for delivering high value video/audio content into SanDisk’s new generation of secure flash storage cards for mobile devices. This will allow mobile network operators, service and content providers to protect their content property rights and ensure that consumers gain access to premium content, such as pay-per-view movies, video clips and games, digital images and realtones.


SanDisk Cruzer Titanium 2GB USB flash drive


Mark Peters : 2005-03-11 22:45:27
SanDisk Cruzer Titanium 2GB USB 2.0 flash drive : SanDisk Corporation today announced the addition of a 2 GB Cruzer Titanium to its award-winning line of portable flash drives. Cruzer Titanium is a sleek USB 2.0 hi-speed flash storage drive that is virtually indestructible and designed to physically protect the valuable data of business and power users. The announcement was made at the CeBIT Show where SanDisk is demonstrating the new 2-gigabyte Cruzer Titanium. The Cruzer Titanium will be manufactured using an advanced Titanium alloy from Liquidmetal Technologies, commonly used for aerospace, medical devices, sporting goods and other applications that require lightweight strength and the ability to withstand extremes of temperature.


Pretec C-Flash next generation Flash Memory card


Mark Peters : 2005-03-11 11:55:04
Pretec C-Flash next generation super small flash memory card: Pretec Electronics, creator of the smallest USB flash drive in the world since 2002, is introducing today a new generation of flash memory card and module, C-Flash, at CeBIT 2005 in Hannover. With the physical size of 17mm x 12mm x 1.0mm, about 1/3 the volume of RS-MMC or miniSD, C-Flash is one of the smallest form factor flash memory cards in the world. Taking advantage of the built-in smart card (SIM card) support, multimedia mobile phones utilizing C-Flash will require a smaller footprint for the memory card allowing for new designs not previously possible with existing flash memory card formats.


SanDisk Cruzer Profile flash drive introduction


Mark Peters : 2005-03-11 11:14:02
SanDisk Cruzer Profile flash drive with fingerprint identification: SanDisk Corporation today introduced the Cruzer Profile, a portable, hi-speed USB 2.0 flash memory storage drive with added personal security capability to safeguard data, images, presentations and other personal information.Fingerprint identification technology embedded in the device helps restrict access to only the designated user(s) of the Cruzer Profile. The SanDisk Cruzer Profile was introduced at the annual CeBIT Show where SanDisk is demonstrating these new products. The stylish, compact Cruzer Profile, about the size of a pack of gum (dimensions: 60mm long, 24mm wide and 14mm in height), will be sold in 512 MB and 1 GB capacities, and includes dual LED's.


SanDisk and Toshiba 300mm Wafer Fab


Dennis Hissink : 2005-03-02 10:30:25
SanDisk and Toshiba 300mm Wafer Fab : SanDisk Corporation and Toshiba Corporation marked the completion of an advanced wafer fabrication facility at Toshiba's Yokkaichi Operations with a traditional ceremony and reception. The new fab is expected to come on line in the second half of CY2005, ahead of the original schedule, and produce NAND flash memories on 300mm wafers. Responding to rising demand for NAND, a versatile non-volatile memory used in a wide range of digital electronic devices, Toshiba and SanDisk, strategic collaborators in NAND flash memory development and production, initiated construction of the fab in April 2004. The total investment is expected to approach approximately US$2.6 billion by the end of March 2007.


Apacer Launches 2GB MultiMediaCard


Mark Peters : 2005-02-24 05:10:37
Apacer Launches 2GB MultiMediaCard introduction : Apacer Technology leads in the trend of high density development for the digital camera market and today launches the world’s first highest-density MultiMediaCard (MMC) compliable with MMC Specification Version 3.X, introduced by the MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association). In addition to storing more than 4000 images at 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, Apacer's 2GB MMC supports plug-and-play with all MMC slots in mobile phones, digital cameras, MP3 players, PDAs and other compatible multimedia devices. According to IDC, the shipping volume of mobile phones with card slots, reflecting a tremendous run-up, will exceed 246.8 million sets in 2005.


Hitachi 6 Gigabyte Microdrive price reduction


Mark Peters : 2005-02-23 21:27:56
Hitachi 6 Gigabyte Microdrive price reduction : Users of digital cameras, MP3 players and other storage-demanding handheld consumer electronics can rejoice today as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies begins shipping its 6 gigabyte. As the leader in one-inch hard drives, Hitachi is raising the stakes by making available the new Microdrive 3K6 with a suggested retail price reduction of up to 60 percent. With 6 GB, the new Microdrive lets consumers carry even more of what they love - 1500-3000 songs, 6,000 pictures (1 MB each) or 8 hours of MPEG-4 video. Hitachi is making all this possible, now, at a significant price reduction, retailing the 6 GB Microdrive for $299 USD or pennies per megabyte.


Fujifilm RS-MMC and miniSD cards introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-02-04 15:00:43
Fujifilm RS-MMC and miniSD cards introduction : Fujifilm unveils new Fujifilm RS-MMC High Performance series introduction. With the breakthrough of the digital camera to the mass-market also the demand for flash memory cards rises with the same speed. At this moment the size of the market lies in Germany around 9 million pieces a year and in relation to the previous year we can see a rise of more than 50%. However the flash memory cards are not only used in digital cameras, but also to store pictures, text and sound into PDAs, notebooks, MP3 players or mobile phones. Fujifilm constantly develops their assortment of Fujifilm flash cards and will soon offer two new different type of flash cards.






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