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Hynix and SanDisk flash memory license agreement


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-29 16:35:00
Hynix and SanDisk flash memory license agreement : Hynix and SanDisk announced that they have reached an agreement for a patent cross license covering the Flash memory components of both companies and an agreement for product supply. Concurrently, the companies signed a memorandum of understanding that outlines a joint venture contemplated between the two companies which will manufacture memory components and sell NAND memory system solutions. Details of the joint venture will involve equal capital investments by both companies in dedicated production capacity at Hynix. The parties’ x4 technology cooperation was started between msystems Ltd. and Hynix before the acquisition of msystems by SanDisk. Other terms of the agreement are con


SanDisk at PMA 2007


Mark Peters : 2007-03-25 19:02:00
SanDisk at PMA 2007 : It seemed somewhat unusual to find out that SanDisk did not use the PMA 2007 for massive introduction of new or upgraded products. Only small announcements were made, like the introduction of the SanDisk 8GB Ultra II SDHC memory card and an enhancement of the Extreme III assortment, but that was all. The flash memory market is going through incredibly vigorous times. Prices have been dropping as they never have before and even the smallest providers went along in this flow; more or less forced by the competition. Most providers know they can't keep up for long. SanDisk announced even before the PMA in Las Vegas started that they will take their precautions to be able to get along.


SanDisk 8GB SDHC Flash Card


Mark Peters : 2007-03-20 15:19:00
SanDisk 8GB SDHC Flash Card : SanDisk introduced an 8-gigabyte SD High Capacity (SDHC) flash memory card - the highest capacity now available in the SD format. The new flash memory card holds more than 4,000 high-resolution pictures, as many as 2,000 digital songs or up to 15 hours of MPEG 4 video. The SanDisk 8GB SDHC card will come bundled with a SanDisk MicroMate USB 2.0 reader at no extra charge. SDHC cards require an SDHC-compatible reader, so providing the MicroMate reader with the card ensures that users will be able to connect the card to their computers. The MicroMate reader also works with standard SD cards. The SanDisk 8GB SDHC card with MicroMate USB 2.0 reader will be available in April 2007.


SanDisk microSD Mobile Flash Cards


Mark Peters : 2007-03-20 15:18:00
SanDisk microSD Mobile Flash Cards : SanDisk introduced SanDisk Mobile Premier, a new line of performance-oriented microSD memory cards aimed specifically at the mobile phone market. The cards allow consumers to quickly transfer content to and from their mobile phones as well as increase storage for videos, music, ring tones, digital images and other files. Also, SanDisk Mobile Premier cards feature SanDisk's TrustedFlash technology, which allows network operators to sell premium content that can be downloaded directly to mobile phones, stored on the cards and played on other TrustedFlash-enabled devices authorized by the network provider. The announcement was made at the CeBIT Show, where SanDisk is exhibiting its new products.


SanDisk sell MPEG Audio compression technology


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-20 13:38:00
SanDisk sell MPEG Audio compression technology : SanDisk has acquired a patent license for the use of the MPEG Audio technology from Sisvel S.p.A and its US subsidiary, Audio MPEG, Inc. Under the license, SanDisk is licensed to sell products using the patented MPEG Audio compression technology developed by France Telecom, Telediffusion De France, Philips Electronics, and the Institut fur Rundfunktechnik. In light of the license agreement, the parties have agreed to dismiss the litigation and administrative proceedings pending between them. By taking a license, SanDisk has joined over 800 other companies that are licensed on these patents for MP3 players and other products using MPEG Audio compression technology.


SanDisk Extreme III 4GB SDHC


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-03-09 09:57:58
SanDisk Extreme III 4GB SDHC : Ready for the newest digital still cameras and camcorders, SanDisk Corporation expanded its award-winning SanDisk Extreme III pro line with a 4-Gigabyte SDHC Class 6 memory card and a SanDisk 4-Gigabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo card. As an added bonus, the SDHC card will be packaged with a SanDisk MicroMate USB 2.0 Reader so that users have a one-stop solution for capturing, storing and transferring their images. The announcement was made at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, where SanDisk is displaying its photographic. A 4GB SanDisk Extreme III card can store more than 2,000 high-resolution pictures or up to 8 hours of MPEG 4 video.


SanDisk Ultra II 8GB SDHC memory card


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-03-08 15:59:00
SanDisk Ultra II 8GB SDHC : SanDisk Corporation introduced an 8-gigabyte (GB) SanDisk Ultra II SD High Capacity (SDHC) memory card to meet the growing demand for more photo and video storage. The new cards can store over 4,000 high-resolution pictures or up to 15 hours of MPEG 4 video. The announcement was made at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The SanDisk Ultra II SDHC memory card features write speeds of 9 megabytes (MB) per second and read speeds of 10MB/sec. The cards are targeted at digital photography enthusiasts with 5 megapixel or higher resolution cameras or videographers with camcorders that require significantly faster flash storage cards.


SanDisk partners with NEC in mobile phone market


Mark Peters : 2007-02-14 23:07:00
SanDisk partners with NEC in mobile phone market : Sandisk Corporation announced that NEC Electronics Corporation has selected the SanDisk iNAND embedded flash drive (EFD) as the solid-state mobile storage solution for a new music phone platform that is based on its latest music playback chip, the AP131 audio processor. This marriage of advanced digital technologies, said the two companies, could give music lovers greatly increased playback times by lowering power consumption up to 85 percent. The AP131-based music phone platform running off the SanDisk iNAND embedded flash drive will be demonstrated at 3GSM World Congress in Hall 7, Booth 7C62 at Spain’s Fira de Barcelona exhibition grounds.


SanDisk iNAND


Mark Peters : 2007-02-12 17:15:00
SanDisk iNAND : SanDisk introduced a new, JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council) standard version of the iNAND embedded flash drive (EFD). This new version of iNAND, soon to be available in capacities of up to 8 gigabytes, was unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress, where SanDisk is showcasing its storage technologies and solutions. iNAND is a reliable, high-capacity and high-performance NAND flash storage device that is now JEDEC JC-64.1 package and ball-out compatible. This new JEDEC compatibility, which allows iNAND to more readily connect to applications using this common standard, should help to reduce integration efforts for handset vendors and other mobile device manufacturers.


MicroSDHC Flash Card for Mobile Phones


Mark Peters : 2007-02-12 15:13:25
SanDisk 4GB microSDHC : SanDisk introduced a 4GB microSD High Capacity (SDHC) card - the largest capacity of the world’s smallest removable flash memory card. A 4GB microSDHC card can store more than 1,000 digital songs or more than 2,000 pictures or up to 8 hours of MPEG4 video. SanDisk made the announcement at 3GSM World Congress 2007. “Content is driving the demand for higher capacity flash memory cards in mobile phones,” said Jeff Kost, vice president and general manager of the Mobile Consumer Solutions division. “The new 4GB SanDisk microSDHC card will allow handset manufacturers and mobile network operators to plan rich media services for their customers who increasingly see their phone as their camera or video music player.


Secure Content on SanDisk Flash Memory Cards


Mark Peters : 2007-02-12 14:52:38
Secure Content on SanDisk Flash Memory Cards : SanDisk announced that the i-mode Alliance, which consists of 18 mobile network providers around the globe1, has selected SanDisk’s TrustedFlash technology as the preferred solution for securely pre-loading and downloading premium content on removable flash memory cards in mobile phones that use i-mode mobile Internet services outside of Japan. The announcement was made at 3GSM World Congress, where SanDisk is exhibiting its mobile products at Spain’s Fira de Barcelona exhibition grounds. TrustedFlash memory cards for i-mode phones will be sold through mobile phone and electronics stores in the countries where the service is available, and will be offered on SanDisk microSD cards.


SanDisk microSD Multi SD Kit


Mark Peters : 2007-02-12 13:55:10
SanDisk microSD Multi SD Kit : SanDisk introduced the microSD Multi SD Kit, bringing together in one package a microSD flash card with a miniSD adapter and a standard SD adapter, at the 3GSM World Conference 2007, where SanDisk is demonstrating products in booths 7C62 and 8C74. The SanDisk microSD Multi SD Kit removes confusion for consumers and retailers in selecting the correct card for a mobile phone, because the kit supports all mobile phones with SD-based card slots. According to SanDisk research, 87 percent of the latest mobile phone models with card slots are designed for either microSD, miniSD or standard SD. The SanDisk microSD Multi SD Kit comes in three capacities: 512 MB, 1GB and 2GB.


SanDisk TrustWatch presented at RSA Conference 2007


Mark Peters : 2007-02-06 03:00:08
SanDisk TrustWatch : SanDisk Corporation introduced the TrustWatch integrated suite of applications that transform off-the-shelf USB flash drives from a security threat to a competitive advantage in the enterprise. The announcement was made at the RSA Conference 2007, where SanDisk is demonstrating its security products in the Moscone Center. TrustWatch is built around a secure network appliance and a management console, through which IT administrators can easily configure and deploy secured USB flash drives (UFDs), while preventing information from being copied to unapproved devices. The TrustWatch solution allows the IT department to select from SanDisk’s line of standard flash drives for issue to employees.


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.


SanDisk wins best of CES awards


Nic Rossmüller : 2007-01-17 18:03:00
SanDisk wins best of CES awards : SanDisk Corporation the second largest seller of MP3 players in the United States, announced the SanDisk Sansa Connect - a Wi-Fi enabled MP3 player that lets consumers enjoy and recommend music from almost anywhere - won two "Best of CES" awards at the International Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) in Las Vegas last week. CNET awarded SanDisk's Wi-Fi MP3 player first place in its "MP3 and portable video" category, while LapTop magazine voted it top portable audio player on the show floor. The sleek-looking SanDisk Sansa Connect un-tethers consumers from their PCs allowing them to connect to music and online photos through any open wireless "hot spot" Internet connection.


SanDisk Ducati MotoGP Sponsorship


Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-17 18:00:00
SanDisk Ducati MotoGP Sponsorship : SanDisk, the leader in delivering speed and reliability to digital photographers, announced a two-year sponsorship of Ducati Corse’s MotoGP race team, a leader in the high-speed world of motorcycle racing. SanDisk’s name and logo will appear on Ducati Corse MotoGP motorcycles, team clothing and riders’ leathers, the two companies said during the unveiling of Ducati’s Desmosedici GP7 racing motorcycle at the Wrooom MotoGP Event in Madonna di Campiglio. “SanDisk and Ducati share a passion for excellence in engineering and performance,” said Wes Brewer, vice president for products marketing at SanDisk. SanDisk and Ducati expect to announce more elements of their agreement in the months ahead.


SanDisk Sansa View media player


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 21:00:06
SanDisk Sansa View media player : SanDisk introduced its first widescreen portable media player dubbed the Sansa View. The flash-based SanDisk Sansa View is a sleek, yet simple video player that supports a wide array of content formats and comes equipped with a flash memory expansion slot. The announcement was made at CES, where SanDisk is exhibiting in the Las Vegas Convention Center. While the Sansa View is a pocket-able player, one of the slimmest on the market today, it features a large 4-inch widescreen display for optimal viewing. In addition to a DVD-like quality video experience, the Sansa View can display photos (up to 16 Megapixels), play music, or even combine the two in a slideshow format.


SanDisk USBTV


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 21:00:05
SanDisk USBTV : SanDisk introduced USBTV, a new, industry-wide initiative that is expected to enable consumers to easily move digital content from their PCs to their televisions for viewing in full, big-screen comfort. The announcement was made during a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the platform technology was demonstrated and several industry leaders announced their support for USBTV. USBTV is a powerful and innovative new platform that will enable consumers to transport downloaded digital content from a personal computer, by using a small flash memory-enabled media player, and plug-and-play it directly on virtually any TV. More information about the USBTV Forum and USBTV is available USBTV.org.


SanDisk support Windows ReadyBoost


Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-08 21:00:04
SanDisk support Windows ReadyBoost : SanDisk announced it will offer broad support for the Windows ReadyBoost feature of Microsoft’s new Windows Vista operating system. Select USB flash drives from SanDisk with capacities of 1GB or more that ship after mid-February will be compatible with Windows ReadyBoost, as will select flash memory cards available later in the year. The announcement was made during a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show. Windows ReadyBoost, a performance enhancement feature new with Windows Vista, a new Operating System for business and consumers, creates a “cache” of frequently needed data in otherwise unused space on a USB flash drive or flash memory card.


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.






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