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SanDisk 56nm MLC NAND flash memory


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-02 20:34:00
SanDisk 56nm MLC NAND flash memory : Maintaining its leadership in continually improving the performance of NAND flash memory, SanDisk Corporation announced that it expects to launch 56-nanometer (nm) multi-level cell (MLC) flash memory chips this month with Toshiba Corporation at Fab 3, the 300mm wafer fabrication facility located at. Toshiba’s Yokkaichi Operations near Nagoya, Japan. By this spring, SanDisk intends to ship the highest available density of single-chip MLC NAND flash memory. After qualifying limited engineering samples, SanDisk plans to introduce the new 8-gigabit single-chip, MLC NAND flash memory on 56nm process technology in the coming weeks, with commercial shipments slated for later in the first quarter.


8GB SDHC flash memory card from Lexar Media


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-25 00:37:00
Lexar SDHC flash memory card : Lexar, a leader in advanced digital media and accessories, announced that new Secure Digital High Capacity flash memory cards will be available as part of the company’s Platinum 2 and Standard lines of products. Lexar SDHC cards satisfy market demand for reliable SDHC cards that are ideal for storing and sharing digital images, video, and music and are offered at varying price and performance levels. SDHC cards from both Lexar product lines will be available next month in 4GB capacity, and later this year in 8GB capacity. Lexar Platinum 2 4GB SDHC cards and Standard Lexar 4GB SDHC cards will be available in February at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $99.99 and $79.99, respectively.


Panasonic Speed Class 6 Secure Digital Cards


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-24 23:11:00
Panasonic Class 6 Secure Digital Cards : Panasonic Consumer Electronics announced plans to launch Pro High Speed SD Cards with Class 6 SD Speed specification with 1GB/2GB/4GB memory capacity. Ongoing expansion and evolution of SD/SDHC compatible devices requires faster data transfer speed as well as larger storage capacity. To meet such requirements, Panasonic will introduce new Pro High Speed SD cards with Class 6 SD Speed Classification, the highest class of the three classes of SD Speed Class specification as standardized by the SD Card Association. The Pro High Speed SD cards’ high-speed data writing capability enhances the function of advanced SD/SDHC compatible devices to provide a more stable and effective performance.


Kingston DataTraveler Mini Migo edition


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-01-24 23:04:00
Kingston DataTraveler mini Migo edition : Migo Software, Inc. announced that Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, introduced the Kingston DataTraveler Mini-Migo Edition. As the latest addition to Kingston's family of miniature USB Flash drives, the DataTraveler Mini-Migo Edition uses the powerful Migo Software, Inc. technology to give consumers the ability to seamlessly transform any PC into a personalized workspace, making it one of the most convenient, customizable, multifunction USB drives on the market. “We congratulate Kingston on its release of the DataTraveler Mini-Migo Edition and wish them continued success with the expansion of this popular product line.


Transcend 2GB microSD memory card


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-22 14:11:00
Transcend 2GB microSD memory card : Transcend Information, a world leading company in flash memory cards, has announced its 2GB microSD Memory Card. Transcend’s 2GB microSD card is the smallest memory card (15mm x 11mm x 1mm) in the world. Transcend’s microSD card is a great choice for the next generation of mobile phones and portable devices, which include a memory card slot as standard. In addition, Transcend’s microSD card can also be used in regular SD memory card slots by combining the card with its provided adapter. The 2GB microSD Memory Card is approximately 20% the size of a full-sized SD Card, but with all the features and performance. Transcend’s microSD card is now available in 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB capacities.


Sony CompactFlash memory card


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-17 07:00:36
Sony CompactFlash memory card : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy (RME) division announced the company’s entrance to the CompactFlash memory card market. The first product line-up, to be announced shortly, is designed to handle the demanding speed and performance requirements of digital SLR cameras and is available with up to 4GB of storage capacity for the most demanding user. The first Sony CompactFlash memory cards will be available later this Spring. The initial line-up will include CompactFlash Type I cards with 66x and 133x transfer speeds and capacities between 1GB (Gigabyte) and 4GB. The Sony CompactFlash memory card products will be branded as part of Sony’s α100 D-SLR camera system.


Sony CompactFlash memory cards


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-17 02:00:00
Sony CompactFlash memory cards : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy division announced the company’s entrance to the CompactFlash memory card market. The first product line-up, is designed to handle the speed and performance requirements of digital SLR cameras and is available with up to 4GB of storage capacity for the most demanding user. “High end digital camera enthusiasts, from consumers to professional photographers, have a huge and growing demand for storage capacity,” said Renaud Isnard from Sony Europe’s Network Media division. “With the addition of CompactFlash cards to its product range Sony widens the choice for users of D-SLR cameras, such as the new Sony α100 model, that are looking for fast and reliable recording memory.


Flash memory from Verbatim showcased at CES Show


Mark Peters : 2007-01-11 03:22:00
Flash memory from Verbatim showcased at CES Show : Verbatim Corporation, an industry leader in the development and marketing of high-quality products for storing, moving and using digital content, announced today the latest additions to its popular Store ‘n’ Go line of USB Drives. In addition to a new 8GB flash drive, a new 12GB drive was launched. With 12GB of storage in a device that is only slightly larger than a standard USB flash drive, the new drive delivers the highest capacity yet available using one-inch hard drive technology. By offering a full range of Store ‘n’ Go drives, Verbatim delivers the capacity, performance and security today’s more mobile users need to meet their individual storage requirements.


SanDisk Cruzer Contour


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 21:00:03
SanDisk Cruzer Contour : SanDisk introduced Cruzer Contour, a USB flash drive with the elegant look and feel of a fine fountain pen or wristwatch. The elegance extends inside Cruzer Contour, with state-of-the-art engineering, support for Windows ReadyBoost, and, a generous gallery of pre-installed U3 software applications. Cruzer Contour was unveiled during the CES 2007 show, where SanDisk is demonstrating products in the Las Vegas Convention Center. What especially sets apart Cruzer Contour, with its glossy black top and silver metallic body, is the drive’s unique sliding USB connector. Using your thumb to slide the top of Cruzer Contour back and forth brings out or hides the connector, there’s no visible switch, and no cap to lose.


SanDisk Memory Stick Micro


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 21:00:02
SanDisk Memory Stick Micro : SanDisk introduced the Memory Stick Micro (M2) product line, an ultra-thin, removable storage card for use with Sony Ericsson’s latest generation of slim line, multimedia mobile phones like the Cyber-shot and the Walkman series phones. The SanDisk M2 cards are available in 2GB, the market’s highest capacity Memory Stick Micro, followed by the 1GB and 512MB. The announcement was made today at the Consumer Electronics Show, where SanDisk is demonstrating products at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The SanDisk M2 mobile cards are shipping in January to retailers worldwide, with the release in Japan scheduled later in the quarter. Suggested U.S. retail pricing is 2GB: $119.99, 1GB: $54.99, 512MB: $44.99.


Sony 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 16:00:00
Sony 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy (RME) division announced the launch of the Sony 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, the largest storage capacity currently available in this format. Sony has reached a new level of storage capacity, again doubling the available recording space on the compact Memory Stick media, responding to the rapidly growing storage needs of digital photographers and enthusiastic users of portable entertainment devices. Robust and capable of operating in extreme working conditions, the Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo 8GB includes a 5 year warranty for peace of mind. Customers can refer to sonydigital-link.com/memstick/ for the latest compatibility information.


Flash Memory Cards from Memorex at CES 2007


Mark Peters : 2007-01-08 16:00:00
Flash Memory Cards from Memorex at CES 2007 : Memorex, a portfolio brand of Imation Corp launched a comprehensive line of flash memory cards. The new Memorex TravelCard family includes an Imation-developed Dual-Interface card featuring both Secure Digital (SD) and USB connectivity, as well as the most popular formats and capacities of flash memory for use with digital cameras, digital video camcorders, MP3 players and mobile phones. “The flash card market continues to grow as consumers use their portable devices in new ways, like taking photos with a phone,” said Carla Pihowich, director of marketing for Imation’s Consumer Division. The Memorex SD plus USB Dual-Interface TravelCard will be available in the second quarter of 2007.


Lexar JumpDrive 360


Mark Peters : 2007-01-08 01:40:00
Lexar JumpDrive 360 : Lexar Media, Inc., a world leader in advanced digital media technologies, will exhibit its broad lineup of JumpDrive USB flash drives at CES 2007, including both new and upgraded models. Most notably, the company is introducing JumpDrive 360, an innovative “capless” drive encased in a stylish rotating metal jacket. In addition, the company is demonstrating its JumpDrive Mercury with PowerToGo software and showcasing its new 8GB JumpDrive Secure II and JumpDrive Firefly drives. All Lexar JumpDrive products will be compatible with Windows Vista, and all the company’s speed-rated drives will be enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost. Lexar will demonstrate the JumpDrive 260 USB flash drive at the 2007 International CES.


SanDisk 32-Gigabyte Solid State Drive


Mark Peters : 2007-01-07 03:00:40
SanDisk 32-Gigabyte Solid State Drive : SanDisk introduced a 32-gigabyte, 1.8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive. SanDisk SSD offers field-proven durability to keep mobile PCs working in the toughest of conditions and improves the overall user experience. Previously, large capacity flash-based drives had been used primarily by the military, which demanded high performance and reliability under challenging environmental conditions. But now the declining cost of NAND flash memory has made SSD a viable and economically attractive to existing technologies in a wider variety of applications, including mobile PCs aimed at enterprise and consumer users.


Toshiba portable hard disk drive


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-01-07 03:00:01
Toshiba portable hard disk drive : Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD), the industry pioneer in mobile storage products, will capitalize on its 2.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) technology expertise and consumer brand leadership with a new line of USB 2.0 portable external hard drives in 100GB, 120GB and 160GB capacities. Available in North America, Toshiba's new personal storage line of 2.5-inch hard disk drives provides a unique solution for data back-up by enabling automatic power-on and save capabilities for worry-free content management. As consumers are embracing a digital lifestyle, the importance of easy-to-use back-up solutions for personal memories and other entertainment content is critical.


Lexar JumpDrive Mercury upgrade


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-01-07 03:00:00
Lexar JumpDrive Mercury upgrade : Lexar, has upgraded its JumpDrive Mercury USB flash drive with features that include enhanced performance, as well as the advanced PowerToGo mobile computing software platform. The speed-rated JumpDrive Mercury also features a convenient built-in capacity meter that lets the user know how much memory is available even when power is removed. Available in 1GB and 2GB versions, JumpDrive Mercury is Lexar’s first product to feature the innovative capacity meter. In addition, like all Lexar JumpDrive products, JumpDrive Mercury will provide full compatibility with Microsoft Windows Vista, and like all the company’s speed-rated JumpDrive products, it will also be enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost.


Fujifilm support xD Picture Card and Secure Digital


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-07 02:15:00
Fujifilm support xD Picture Card and Secure Digital : Fujifilm Corporation is pleased to announce that three new Fujifilm FinePix digital compact camera models announced today (Fujifilm FinePix A610, FinePix A800, and FinePix F40fd) will feature a newly developed card slot that will accept both xD and Secure Digital flash memory cards in the same slot. Fujifilm is offering digital compact cameras with a media slot that is xD Picture Card and Secure Digital flash memory card compatible to provide a greater choice and flexibility to consumers who purchase Fujifilm digital cameras. The xD/SD compatible media slot is a single slot, dual-format compatible design for xD-Picture Card or SD media card.


Samsung mobile 1GB DRAM


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-03 15:00:00
Samsung mobile 1GB DRAM : Samsung announced that it has developed the industry's first one gigabit (Gb) Mobile DRAM (dynamic random access memory) for mobile products, using 80nm process technology. The new chip, also known as low-power DDR (double data rate) or synchronous DRAM, will be more cost effective than other high density mobile solutions and used for a wide range of advanced handset applications as well as for digital still cameras, portable media players and portable gaming products. The monolithic 1Gb Mobile DRAM is a highly competitive choice for mobile applications over the double-die stack, 1Gb memory solution widely used today, as the electric current in the new chip drops a full 30 percent.






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