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Flash memory price fall

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-11 20:22:00
Flash memory price fall : The cost per megabyte of a memory card has fallen from 15p to just 3p since 2005, reports leading market research firm GfK. The continued growth of online purchasing has enabled the market to achieve strong unit sales. However at the same time, increasing reductions in price have turned the product into a commodity which has meant the margin being achieved through the sales of memory cards has been vastly cut. Susie Whales, Account Manager in GfK’s Photo Division said: “If prices fall further it will be interesting to see if consumers start buying memory cards to use them like a traditional film, leaving photos stored on one card and buying a new card for a different set.”


Samsung NOR flash memory

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-06 16:45:00
Samsung NOR flash memory : Samsung announced that it has selected Symmetry Electronics to distribute its expanded line of NOR Flash products. Symmetry Electronics has been authorized to promote and sell Samsung’s NOR Flash memory throughout North and South America. In addition, electronics designers can obtain production quotes or purchase Samsung NOR flash online at Symmetry’s e-commerce website. “We are confident that Symmetry’s established industry presence and its skill in offering viable component solutions will go a long way in helping us to provide a large, reliable and highly competitive supply of NOR products in all of our markets,” said John Cerrato, vice president, memory sales, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.


Kingston 2GB microSD mobile flash cards

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-04-04 23:00:00
Kingston 2GB microSD mobile flash cards : Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of a new 2GB microSD card with mini- and standard-size Secure Digital (SD) adapters to maximize microSD card compatibility and interoperability between mobile phones, digital cameras and portable media devices. The larger 2GB capacity card with two adapters further increases the flexibility of the microSD platform. “With microSD cards becoming an emerging standard in many multifunction handsets, Kingston decided to enhance the popular and very practical microSD dual adapter pack with the addition of a 2GB card,” said Jean Wong, Flash memory product manager, Kingston.


Ridata flash memory products

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-03 19:05:00
Ridata flash memory products : Advanced Media, manufacturer and marketer of the popular Ridata brand of recordable CD and DVD media, electronic storage products, and digital media accessories, is launching a host of products to the photography market. The company is currently launching its Ridata high capacity SDHC cards, and SSD cards along with an innovative two port USB Hub drive. “With the growth in popularity of digital photography, we see a tremendous opportunity for our Ridata storage products and the need for the two-port Hub Drive,” commented Harvey Liu, Advanced Media president. “Our selection is growing rapidly and includes a number of innovative designs for a variety of application purposes.


Samsung 8GB moviNAND

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-03 19:03:00
Samsung 8GB moviNAND : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it has begun shipping samples of an eight gigabyte (GB) memory chip to major mobile electronics manufacturers - the highest density embedded flash memory developed to date. Samsung’s high-density moviNAND memory solution consists of four 50-nanometer, 16Gigabit NAND flash memories, a high-speed MultiMediaCard (MMC) controller and associated firmware. It can store up to 2,000 songs or enough map data to implement global positioning system (GPS) and points of interest for the entire western world. In addition, it can also be used with removable media cards to permit virtually unlimited memory expansion.


SanDisk microSDHC 4GB

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-04-03 19:01:00
SanDisk microSDHC 4GB : From the CTIA Wireless 2007 show, Verizon Wireless and SanDisk Corporation today announced a 4GB microSD High Capacity (SDHC) card will be available on May 1. The largest capacity of the world's smallest removable flash memory card, the 4GB microSDHC is designed to meet the growing demand for a new generation of multimedia-capable mobile phones. Using the 4GB SanDisk microSDHC card with a V CAST-capable phone and V CAST Music, Verizon Wireless customers can store more than 2,000 digital songs for use on their LG VX9400 and VX8700 phones. For picture and video aficionados, the 4GB microSDHC offers the capability to store more than 4,000 high-resolution pictures or up to 16 hours of MPEG 4 video.


SanDisk Industrial Grade CompactFlash Cards

Mark Peters : 2007-04-03 19:00:00
SanDisk Industrial Grade CompactFlash Cards : SanDisk Corporation introduced SanDisk CompactFlash 5000, a new line of high-performance industrial grade memory cards aimed specifically at the industrial market. In addition to fast read and write speeds, the cards provide a high level of durability and reliability for industrial applications such as industrial single-board computers, telecom equipment, point-of-sale (POS) systems and other mission-critical applications. The announcement was made at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Silicon Valley at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, where SanDisk is showcasing its comprehensive line of storage products for use in industrial and system level embedded applications.


ATP ToughDrive mini USB drive

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-02 19:45:00
ATP ToughDrive mini USB drive : ATP announces that the award winning Carry it Easy +Plus software will be pre-installed as a 30 day trial version on the ATP ToughDrive mini USB Drives. The software will allow ToughDrive mini users to keep Outlook E-mail and Contacts synchronized and portable between PCs. Users will also be able to carry their personal Internet Favorites bookmarks with them. ATP will be exhibiting the ATP ToughDrive mini at the CeBIT 2007. ATP booth is located in Hall 2, Stand B48. "The ToughDrive mini together with our award winning Carry it Easy +Plus software give users a great combination of hard and software. Keeping their data safe and in sync while on the road." said Roman Foeckl, Managing Director of CoSoSys.






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