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M-Systems and Digi-Key, DiskOnChip & Flash Disk

Jasper Huitink : 2005-10-12 14:15:00
M-Systems and Digi-Key, DiskOnChip & Flash Disk : M-Systems an industry leader and innovator of flash-based data storage devices, and Digi-Key Corporation today announced that the companies have signed a worldwide distribution agreement. M-Systems' embedded flash disk products will be featured in Digi-Key's printed and online catalog and will be available for purchase directly from Digi-Key. "Many design engineers have a Digi-Key catalog and, with M-Systems inside, it will be a great outlet for us. said Scott Deutsch, M-Systems' vice president of sales for the Americas. "Digi-Key has a huge catalog and online customer base that will now have access to our DiskOnChip and FFD products for all of their product development needs."


M-System DiskOnKey 4GB USB drive

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 14:30:24
M-System DiskOnKey 4GB USB drive : M-Systems, the leading developer of USB flash drives (UFDs), announced that it has increased the storage capacity of its DiskOnKey devices to four gigabytes (4GB). The increased storage capacity makes the M-System DiskOnKey USB flash drive the ideal solution for numerous corporate and specialized tasks including large file transfers, data recovery and backup, and temporary archiving and operating system management. Additionally, the four gigabyte storage capacity of the DiskOnKey USB flash drive is an alternative solution for users requiring portable storage that is capable of storing video and photos, or as a miniature digital music file jukebox.


M-Systems FFD Flash Disk introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-30 01:30:00
M-Systems FFD Flash Disk introduction : M-Systems announced the availability of a serial M-Systems ATA (SATA) solid-state flash drive. Offering up to 128 gigabytes of storage, its FFD(TM) 2.5" SATA flash drive is the highest capacity solid-state SATA offering available on the market. Running M-Systems' patented TrueFFS flash management software to ensure the highest levels of endurance, the M-Systems FFD 2.5-inch SATA offers reliable operation through more than 5 million write/erase cycles. In terms of performance, it provides an interface speed of 1.5 gigabits (1.5Gb) per second and a sustained read/write performance rate of 44 megabytes (MB) per second.


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.


M-Systems USB Flash drive survey

Mark Peters : 2005-05-09 00:12:00
M-Systems USB Flash drive survey : M-Systems, the leading developer of USB flash drives, announced today the results of an independent survey on the usage of USB flash drives. The survey, commissioned by M-Systems and executed by Hall and Partners, a renowned research agency, is the first to reach out to the end-user and determine how they are using these versatile devices. The study revealed that 80 percent of respondents are using their USB flash drive for personal use, mainly for storing multimedia files such as music (62%), graphics (52%) and video (46%). Sixty-four percent of respondents who use USB flash drives for work stated that they use the device for transferring work-related files between work and home.


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.






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