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Microdia 4GB SDHC

Mark Peters : 2006-09-25 18:08:00
Microdia 4GB SDHC : Microdia is now taking orders for its latest 4.0GB SDHC cards; with estimated delivery of within 1 week from receipt of order confirmation. Having a suggested retail price of around 170 USD, this new Microdia memory card conforms to the SD memory card Ver.2.00 standard introduced by the SD Card Association earlier this year. With a capacity of 4.0GB, this new Microdia SDHC card can store more than 2,000 high-resolution pictures, more than 1,000 digital songs or up to 8 hours of MPEG 4 digital video. No doubt, this card will meet the requirements of the most demanding digital photographers. Microdia confirms that the new Secure Digital HC cards will be 100% fully compatible with SDHC devices.


Hama Rapid flash memory cards

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-25 15:04:00
Hama Rapid flash memory cards : Extremely quick - most people would think of motorsport, where presently the exemplary career of a German driver nears its end. In terms of photography, however, we are referring to memory cards with rapid write and read speeds. This is where the accessories pro Hama is on the verge of a tremendous breakthrough with its new Tech Line. On the occasion of the photokina, Hama announces CompactFlash and Secure Digital cards, with respectively 1, 2 and 4 GB capacity. The Tech Line memory cards - with continuous write speeds of up to 22 MB per second, especially developed for HD video and high-resolution video recordings - are particularly recommended for digital lens reflex cameras which are gaining in sales.


Kingston flash memory cards & USB drives

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-25 15:00:00
Kingston flash memory cards & USB drives : Kingston Technology Company, Inc., today announced the availability of a new content-on-card program to support the needs of companies wanting to add value to their products or promotions by using customized Kingston Flash memory cards and USB drives. The new program offers custom content loading, packaging and logistics for digital entertainment producers, software developers and any business that wants to provide content on new media to gain a competitive edge and deliver a unique solution in any market using today's latest portable storage media. Kingston's reputation for quality products and longstanding relationships with suppliers ensures the continuity, on-time delivery and reliability.


Kingston 1GB microSD

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-09-25 14:02:00
Kingston 1GB microSD : Kingston, today announced the launch of 1-GB microSD expansion memory cards to further enhance its growing line of mobile memory solutions. The increased capacity is essential for users of current and next generation multifunction mobile phones that require more memory to support advanced features including MP3 players, video, higher-resolution cameras and mobile gaming. "The microSD form factor is becoming increasingly popular as new mobile phone handsets reduce in size and increase in functionality," said Keyla Velazquez, mobile media product manager, Kingston. "With new 1-GB capacities consumers can efficiently manage more: ranging from address books, photos, data files and beyond," continued Velazquez.


CompactFlash Specification Revision 4.0

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-25 10:21:00
CompactFlash Specification Revision 4.0 : The CompactFlash Association (CFA) announces the approval and availability of the CF+ & CompactFlash Specification Revision 4.0. Revision 4.0 increases the CompactFlash interface data transfer rate from 66MB/sec to 133MB/sec, while maintaining forward and backward compatibility with old and new host systems. Mr. Shigeto Kanda of Canon and the CFA chairman of the board said, “The development of the CompactFlash 133MB/sec interface means that the CompactFlash interface will not restrict the sustained data transfer rate of CompactFlash cards in the near future. Having the fastest interface data rate of any flash cards is a significant step for CompactFlash".


Samsung 40nm NAND flash & PRAM memory

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-13 22:08:00
Samsung 40nm NAND flash & PRAM memory : Samsung Electronics Co., the world leader in advanced semiconductor technology solutions, announced major component technology advancements including the 40-nanometer (nm) 32-Gigabit (Gb) NAND flash, the first prototype of the next-generation of memory PRAM (Phase-change Random Access Memory), and a new System-on-Chip controller for the soon-to-be-released Hybrid Hard Disk Drive. “The phenomenal shift in the popularity of digital products that we are experiencing today is rooted in the virtually non-stop string of advances being seen in semiconductor technology,” said Dr. Chang Gyu Hwang, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics’ at its sixth annual press conference held at the Shilla Hotel.


Samsung high-capacity Nand solution

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-13 22:08:00
Samsung high-capacity Nand solution : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced today that it is now shipping 1 and 2 gigabyte samples of moviNand - an embedded combination of Nand flash memory, a multimedia card (MMC) controller and onboard firmware - to leading manufacturers of mobile products. “moviNand solves a dilemma faced by many of our mobile customers – how to put a large amount of Nand flash in a small space behind a standardized, high speed serial interface,” said Don Barnetson, Director, Flash Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor. MoviNand satisfies all of the concerns of mobile device designers with its high-speed, high capacity and extremely small form factor.


Samsung PRAM memory

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-13 21:10:00
Samsung PRAM memory : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced semiconductor technology solutions, announced that it has completed the first working prototype of what is expected to be the main memory device to replace high density NOR flash within the next decade a Phase-change Random Access Memory (PRAM). The company unveiled the 512Megabit (Mb) device at its sixth annual press conference in Seoul today. More scalable than any other memory architecture being researched, PRAM features the fast processing speed of RAM for its operating functions combined with the non-volatile features of flash memory for storage, giving it the nickname: perfect RAM.






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