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SanDisk Shoot and Store Cruzer mini introduction


Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-17 00:10:00
SanDisk Shoot and Store mini introduction : SanDisk Corporation today announced the addition of a 32-megabyte (MB) Cruzer Mini USB 2.0 flash drive into its Shoot & Store line of low-cost flash storage products sold through the food and drug store channel. The Cruzer Mini in this channel highlights the growing utility and demand for easily storing, transferring and accessing a variety of digital files. “USB flash drives are essential for transporting personal computer data files, image files or video and audio between home, office, school and other locations,” said Kent Perry, retail product manager of the Shoot & Store line. “Once you use them, they become an indispensable tool for which there is no good substitute.”


SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award


Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-16 19:34:33
SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award : SanDisk announced that the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), an organization of 30 top photography publications from across Europe, has given its Best Imaging Storage Media Award For 2005 to the SanDisk Extreme III line of high-speed storage flash cards. SanDisk Extreme 3 flash cards, the world's fastest flash memory cards, were recognized by leading editors, many of whom are professional photographers, as setting "a new standard for industry performance." SanDisk officials received the award at a TIPA ceremony in Cologne. TIPA editors judge on quality, performance and value, criteria that are very important to all photographers.


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.


SanDisk 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo for PSP gamers


Mark Peters : 2005-05-18 21:45:00
New SanDisk 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo for PSP gamers : Responding to stronger-than-expectedconsumer demand for high-capacity flash memory cards that are needed for music and video-playing in Sony’s fast-selling PlayStation Portable (PSP), SanDisk Corporation today introduced a 2-gigabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo Gaming Card to provide PSP owners with plenty of removable storage for video clips, MP3 music tracks, digital still photos and game data. The announcement was made at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), where SanDisk is showing its gaming cards and accessories in Kentia Hall, Meeting Room 7008 of the Los Angeles Convention Center. The 2GB card, which is expected to ship in July, will carry a suggested retail price of $349.99.


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."


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.


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.


SanDisk demonstrates high tech USB-SD card


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-06 22:00:00
SanDisk Corporation today introduced an innovative SD flash memory card with built-in USB connectivity. The new product means greater convenience and cost savings for consumers who can just plug the SD card into any SD card slot such as is used in most digital cameras, and then plug it into any USB port without needing an SD card reader to transfer data, images, audio or video between computers, digital cameras and other electronic devices. The announcement was made at a SanDisk press conference at the annual Consumer Electronics Show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth #31438. The first products are scheduled to be introduced in Q1, 2005.


SanDisk introduces Flash cards for video games


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-06 22:00:00
SanDisk Corporation announced today that it is entering the portable video game accessory market and introduced a line of flash memory cards targeted at the $25 billion dollar video game market. The announcement was made at a SanDisk press conference at the annual Consumer Electronics Show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth 31438. SanDisk’s entry into the video game market comes as companies that manufacture portable video game consoles develop devices that include slots for standard flash memory cards. The company has adopted unique game packaging and redesigned the "look and feel" of the cards to spur sales among younger consumers.


SanDisk unveils colourful "skins" for Cruzer


Mark Peters : 2005-01-06 22:00:00
They are tiny repositories of photos, files and music, but now the popular SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB flash memory drives are about to become personal fashion statements as well. Starting with spring shipments, the portable drives will be packaged with interchangeable colored skins and caps, providing panache, flair and a sense of energy for people on the go. SanDisk Corporation made the announcement at a press conference during the annual Consumer Electronics Show where the company is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth #31438. Also announced were new, higher capacities for SanDisk's entire line of flash drives.


SanDisk unveils new line Flash-based MP3 players


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-06 22:00:00
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the SanDisk Sansa e100 series of small, highly portable digital music players that use embedded flash memory to store many hours of digital music. For an enjoyable music-listening experience, the new music players feature high-fidelity sound, a sophisticated yet easy-to-use song navigation and sorting system and a unique design that continues SanDisk's tradition of distinctive styling. The announcement was made at a SanDisk press conference at the annual Consumer Electronics Show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth #31438. The SanDisk Digital Audio Player is expected to be available in March 2005.


SanDisk's TransFlash used in new GPX product


Mark Peters : 2005-01-06 22:00:00
Signaling a growing acceptance of the world's smallest removable storage module, SanDisk today announced that GPX of St. Louis, MO., will use SanDisk's TransFlash memory module to store music for its new SportX Series digital audio headphone player. The announcement was made during the annual Consumer Electronics Show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth #31438. Introduced less than a year ago as a flash storage solution for advanced feature phones, SanDisk’s TransFlash module is quickly being adopted by a broad range of handset manufacturers because of its tiny size, its built-in content protection, and its compatibility, by means of an adapter, with SD flash card products.


MedicAlert Personal HealthKey uses SanDisk product


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-05 14:20:27
SanDisk Corporation today announced that the MedicAlert Personal HealthKey will use USB flash drives from SanDisk. Powered by CapMed, the MedicAlert Personal HealthKey is a consumer health care application for the secure storage, maintenance and communication of personal health information. The announcement was made at the annual Consumer Electronics Show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Booth #31438. The MedicAlert Personal HealthKey will enable secure storage and immediate access to emergency and personal health information. Updates to the personal health record can by provided by both the patient and those authorized by the patient such as a physician, specialist or pharmacist.


SanDisk donates $200,000 to Tsunami relief efforts


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-05 05:30:43
SanDisk announced that its Charitable Fund has donated $200,000 to 8 different organizations that are working in relief efforts to aid the victims of the Southeast Asia earthquake and tsunami. The funds were allocated through the Community Foundation Silicon Valley. "The need to respond quickly to a crisis such as this tsunami disaster reinforced for us the effectiveness of our corporate philosophy for organized charitable contributions and our use of the Community Foundation as an effective vehicle. Having made donations on a regular basis to the SanDisk Fund at the foundation, SanDisk was able to quickly request that donations be made from the fund to multiple charitable organizations."


SanDisk acquires MDRM


Dennis Hissink : 2005-01-05 05:00:00
SanDisk Corporation announced the acquisition of MDRM, a privately-held Israeli company that is focused on developing end-to-end solutions for distributing secure content through flash memory cards. With offices in Israel and Sunnyvale, MDRM was founded in 2002 by CEO Dan Harkabi and CTO Gidi Elazar, both pioneers in developing the USB flash drive category, a portable device that has large memory capacities and attaches to the USB port of a personal computer. MDRM has worked closely with SanDisk and has adapted the SanDisk flash controller to create a version of SanDisk's Cruzer USB flash drive that is capable of delivering valuable content in a protected and secure environment.






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