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SanDisk expands Flash Memory products to Mexico

Mark Peters : 2006-03-31 07:05:00
SanDisk expands Flash Memory products to Mexico : SanDisk Corporation announced that it plans to expand retail sales in Mexico and introduced a variety of new consumer electronic products for the digital photography, personal portable storage device, digital audio and game console markets. The company made the announcement at a press conference in Mexico City. "Digital cameras, MP3 players, flash drives, gaming consoles and mobile phones are rapidly gaining popularity in Mexico and the rest of Latin America," said Wes Brewer, vice president of consumer product marketing at SanDisk Corporation. "These consumer electronic devices are an important part of daily life for an increasing number of business executives, students and consumers


SanDisk joins forces with Top Security providers

Mark Peters : 2006-02-14 14:50:00
SanDisk joins forces with Top Security providers : SanDisk announced strategic partnerships with the two providers of authentication security solutions to provide an easy-to-use way to protect consumers against online fraud. SanDisk has forged an additional partnership to protect enterprises against the theft of corporate data. SanDisk will add highly secure functionality to its line of Flash USB drives and mobile cards using TrustedFlash technology. TrustedFlash combines SanDisk’s 32-bit controller architecture with an embedded high-performance cryptographic engine to provide real-time encryption and tamper-resistant security to keep stored data secure. TrustedFlash is ideal for supporting one time passwords and secure applications.


ITC investigates SanDisk patent violation

Mark Peters : 2006-02-12 19:10:00
ITC investigates SanDisk patent violation : SanDisk Corporation today announced that the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has instituted an investigation in response to a complaint filed by SanDisk. The investigation, entitled In the Matter of Certain NOR and NAND Flash Memory Devices and Products Containing same, has been assigned Investigation No. 337-TA-560. The ITC will investigate whether NOR and NAND flash memory chips manufactured by STMicroelectronics and sold in the USA infringe SanDisk’s US Patent No. 5,172,338 and US Patent No. 5,991,517, and whether ST’s NOR and NAND flash memory chips should therefore be barred from importation into and sale in the United States.


SanDisk speeds up expansion of Flash Memory Facility

Mark Peters : 2006-02-09 06:02:52
SanDisk speeds up expansion of Flash Memory Facility : SanDisk intends to accelerate the expansion of the 300-millimeter (Fab 3) wafer fabrication facility in Yokkaichi, Japan. The move is expected to bring Fab 3 wafer capacity from the previously planned 48,750 wafers per month to 70,000 wafers p/m by March 2007. The incremental investment by SanDisk for 50% of this higher Fab 3 output is currently estimated at $500 million over the next 12 months. SanDisk’s total expected 2006 investment in Fab 3 is approximately $1 billion, of which a portion is anticipated to be financed through operating lease financing or other sources of capital. Fab 3 is operated by Flash Partners, Toshiba and SanDisk’s venture for NAND flash memories.


SanDisk opens Flash Memory Design Center in India

Mark Peters : 2006-02-07 11:07:35
SanDisk opens Flash Memory Design Center in India : SanDisk Corporation announced the opening of SanDisk India Device Design Center Pvt. Ltd. in the country's technology hub of Bangalore, where engineers will work on the core elements of the company's flash memory products. The announcement was made at a press conference in Bangalore that was attended by Sanjay Mehrotra, SanDisk chief operating officer, and other company officials. "India is a logical place for us to expand our global network of research and development centers because of the great talent pool here and because of our existing relationships with companies that support us in hardware, firmware and software testing," said Mehrotra, who is also SanDisk's co-founder.


SanDisk completes Matrix semiconductor acquisition

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-23 02:38:20
SanDisk completes Matrix semiconductor acquisition : SanDisk Corp. announced that it completed the acquisition of Matrix Semiconductor. On October 20, 2005, SanDisk signed a definitive agreement to acquire Matrix, a pioneer in the design and development of three-dimensional (3-D) integrated circuits. Matrix 3-D Memory is used for one-time programmable storage applications where low cost is the paramount consideration, such as video games, music, and archiving. The acquisition consideration included approx. 3.7 million newly issued SanDisk shares, the assumption of equity incentives which could result in the issuance of approximately 600,000 additional shares of SanDisk stock, and cash of approximately $14 million.


Steven Gomo joins SanDisk board of directors

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-05 16:00:00
Steven Gomo joins SanDisk board of directors : SanDisk, the world’s largest supplier of flash storage card products, today announced the appointment of Steven J. Gomo to its board of directors and audit committee. Mr. Gomo will commence service immediately. “We are delighted to have Steve join the SanDisk board,” said Eli Harari , SanDisk’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Steve’s experiences in the storage business and consumer electronics as well as his deep financial expertise will be a valuable asset to our board and we look forward to his contributions.” Mr. Gomo received a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University, and he received a Master of Business Administration degree from Santa Clara University.






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