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Mark Peters : August 9th 2011 - 12:00 CET

Delkin CompactFlash cards


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Delkin DevicesDelkin Extended Temperature CompactFlash cards : Delkin Devices, supplier of industrial solid state storage and flash memory products, has announced the production release of 32GB and 64GB high performance extended temperature CompactFlash memory cards. Delkin is the first manufacturer in the world to offer 64GB CompactFlash cards with an operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C, through the use of single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash. Complementing their industrial-grade ruggedness, the Delkin CompactFlash cards (32GB and 64GB) also deliver high speed performance, reading up to 105 MB/second and writing up to 95 MB/second.
Delkin CompactFlash cards

Delkin CompactFlash cards
In addition to their enhanced environmental specifications, Delkin’s SLC cards are up to ten times more durable than multi-level cell (MLC) flash memory cards, delivering over two million program / erase cycles. Delkin CompactFlash cards are engineered to deliver the maximum capacity, speed, endurance and temperature tolerance, as well as shock and vibration resistance, to meet the demands of industrial applications in harsh environments.

CompactFlash cards

Delkin Extended Temperature CompactFlash cards
“Delkin Devices has taken CompactFlash cards to the next level by leveraging the latest advances in NAND technology and our 25 years as a leader in industrial storage,” stated James Grassman, Delkin Vice President of Sales and Business Development. “The new Delkin CompactFlash cards (32GB and 64GB) are ideal for applications requiring large storage capacity and high speed data transfer in extreme conditions, while maintaining the ease of integration of the trusted CompactFlash card form factor,” he added.

Delkin CompactFlash

Delkin CompactFlash cards
Delkin Devices industrial-grade flash cards, including the new 32GB and 64GB high performance extended temperature CompactFlash cards, are manufactured in the United States with controlled bills of materials to ensure a consistent solution and reliable performance.




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