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Kingston U3 DataTraveler USB smart drives launched

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-20 13:01:26
Kingston U3 DataTraveler USB smart drives launched : Kingston Technology Company today announced the rollout of its new U3 DataTraveler line of USB smart drives, initially shipping in 512-MB and 1-GB capacities. “With the launch of the U3 DataTraveler, we are opening up a new world of smart drive computing whereby any PC user moving between various locations and Windows 2000 or XP-based systems has the freedom to work with their own personal workspace,” said Mike Kuppinger, digital media manager, Kingston. “Our goal is to allow the portable computing experience to be available to nearly anyone at an affordable price, and with the U3 Data Traveler, this is a significant step in making that a reality,” continued Kuppinger.


Samsung Introduces First 256 MB Pseudo-SRAM

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:57:00
Samsung introduces first 256 MB Pseudo-SRAM : Samsung Electronics Co. the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that is has developed the industry’s first 256-Megabit (Mb) uni-transistor random access memory (UtRAM), using 90-nanometer process technology. The company said it will provide the first samples to mobile phone manufacturers later this month. The new 256Mb UtRAM is scheduled for mass production beginning at the end of 2005. The global market for pseudo-SRAM, of which Samsung Electronics holds at least 30 percent, is forecast to grow an annual 33 percent through 2008. Samsung Electronics is the worlds largest producer of color monitors, color TVs, memory chips, and TFT-LCDs.


Samsung 16-Gigabit NAND Flash Memory developed

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:56:00
Samsung 16-Gigabit NAND Memory developed : Samsung Electronics Co., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it has developed the world's highest density NAND flash, a 16Gigabit (Gb) NAND memory device. NAND is the most widely used memory for multi-feature mobile applications. "Memory is opening a bold new world in consumer electronics," said Dr. Chang-Gyu Hwang, Samsung Electronics' semiconductor business president and CEO, at a press conference in Seoul today. "With cards containing multiple 16Gb flash memory chips, you will be able to take your entire music and personal video libraries with you on one small portable device." Samsung plans to begin mass producing its 16Gb NAND flash in the second half of 2006.


Samsung at the center of NAND developement

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:54:00
Samsung at the center of NAND developement : Samsung Electronics Co. announced that the semiconductor industry is at a major turning point in the use of memory for data storage. Referring to a modern-day "Flash Rush," Dr. Chang-Gyu Hwang president of Samsung Semiconductor Business, said that tremendous advancements in NAND flash as well as a surge in the memory's supply and demand, is forever changing the way consumers and businesses use portable computer and electronics technology. "The future of NAND is setting the stage for an irreversible shift in the design of digital end products as NAND becomes the key storage medium for data in virtually any portable form," Dr. Hwang said at a press conference today.


Elpida 512 MB DDR Memory for consumer electronics

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:51:00
Elpida Memory : Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced availability of a 512 Megabit DDR Digital Consumer DRAM device optimized for consumer electronics applications. High-density, high-performance DRAM is becoming paramount in consumer electronics that have recently begun to support multi-channel MPEG decoding, high-definition video data or features such as picture-in-picture, and the 512 Megabit device is quickly gaining popularity in these applications. Elpida's device also reduces power consumption (e.g. IDD4) by 30% which is achieved by re-designing the circuitry using advanced 90 nm process technology. The lowered power consumption provides better thermal performance.


Philips 2GB USB flash drive

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:47:00
Philips 2GB easy-to-use USB flash drive : Philips introduces reliable and easy-to-use digital storage solutions by introducing a comprehensive range of USB flash memory drives designed to enable computer users to store, share and protect their data with total data safety and integrity. Philips introduces a complete product line of portable USB storage solutions, targeting professionals and consumers alike with a range of flash, which are both Windows and Mac-compatible. Mobile executives are increasingly making use of add-on memory solutions to provide vital data backup or convenient portable platforms for transferring or transporting content, such as reports and ever more sophisticated multimedia business presentations.


Hitachi hard drive in JVC Everio camcorder

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-10 12:31:00
Hitachi Microdrive : JVC has featured hard drives from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies in its current Everio line of camcorders, including two new products that use the Hitachi one-inch Microdrive and 1.8-inch Travelstar. "Because of JVC's commitment to high quality, it was very important that we choose the most reliable components possible for our new camcorders, especially one as important as the hard drive," said Ryuhei Nakazawa, general manager, camcorder category, AV & Multimedia Company, Victor Company of Japan, Limited. "We put the Microdrive and Travelstar drives through vigorous testing and they both stood up to the Hitachi promise of quality and reliability."


Samsung MultiMediaCards MMCplus & MMCmobile card

Mark Peters : 2005-09-10 12:14:00
Samsung MultiMediaCards MMCplus and MMCmobile card : Samsung Electronics today announced that it is sampling Gigabyte (GB) MultiMediaCards (MMCs) with customers: 1GB and 2GB MMCplus cards, and the industry’s first 1GB MMCmobile card. The higher densities and faster speeds of Samsung’s Version 4.1 memory cards will allow consumers to gain higher performance from advanced mobile consumer devices, such as mobile phones, digital still cameras (DSCs), PDAs, MP3 music players and PMPs (portable multimedia players). The new flash memory cards are capable of transmitting data at 52MBytes per second, up to 20 times faster than previous MMC versions, by supporting wider (x4 and x8) bus widths and faster clock speeds (up to 52MHz).






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