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2009-10-19 SanDisk rolls 64Gbit 4X flash memory
SanDisk Corp. has begun production shipments of memory cards based on the company's X4 flash memory technology.
2003-03-21 SanDisk rolls 2Gb NAND Flash memory
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a 2Gb single-die NAND Flash memory device that is twice the capacity of the company's previous offerings.
2007-03-15 SanDisk releases 32Gbyte SSD for notebooks
Broadening its offerings for HDD replacement in the notebook market, launched a 32Gbyte, solid-state flash memory drive.
2008-05-15 SanDisk reigns in flash card, USB drive market
SanDisk took the top spot among global vendors in the $11.5 billion memory card and USB flash drive market last year, according to a report by DRAMeXchange.
2008-11-07 SanDisk readies better format for SSDs
SanDisk will be launching a new flash-file format for solid-state drives in its 2009 products, claiming it bolsters performance 100-fold on some operations.
2005-07-25 SanDisk readies 70nm flash line, posts profit
Amid a 70nm flash-memory chip and systems launch, SanDisk Corp., a supplier of flash storage card products, said second quarter revenues increased 19 percent on a year-over-year basis to $515 million and increased 14 percent compared to the first quarter of 2005.
2007-10-02 SanDisk opens SiP production facility in China
SanDisk has announced the opening of its production facility in Shanghai, China, which produces a flash memory-based chip package called SiP.
2006-02-10 SanDisk opens design center in Bangalore
SanDisk announced the opening of its India Device Design Center in Bangalore, India. With consumer demand for mobile phones and MP3 audio players booming, India is expected to become a major market for SanDisk products.
2002-11-18 SanDisk offers utility grade CompactFlash cards
SanDisk Corp. announced at electronica 2002 the availability of its Utility Grade CompactFlash cards for sequential file transfer apps.
2002-03-14 SanDisk offers 1GB CompactFlash card, Flash development kits
The company has announced the availability of its 1GB CompactFlash memory card for high-resolution digital cameras, digital music players, PDAs, and other handheld consumer electronic devices.
2006-07-13 SanDisk might miss estimates, warns analyst
According to an American Technology Research analyst, SanDisk is likely to miss its second quarter estimates.
2003-01-10 SanDisk Memory Stick stores DVD-quality video
The company has introduced the Memory Stick PRO card that is capable of capturing and playing DVD-quality video in real time.
2003-01-14 SanDisk memory card offers 802.11b connectivity
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a line of Flash memory cards that feature 802.11b connectivity.
2005-05-13 SanDisk licenses SRS WOW tech for MP3 player market
SanDisk has licensed SRS Labs Inc. WOW 3D audio and bass enhancement technology for a variety of new SanDisk Sansa flash-based MP3 music players.
2006-06-21 SanDisk licenses non-volatile memory from Impinj
Fabless chip company Impinj Inc. has made a deal with to license its memory technology, AEON, to SanDisk Corp.
2004-08-12 SanDisk licenses ARC 600 processor core
SanDisk Corp. has licensed the ARC Int.'s 600 RISC processor core and MetaWare development tools for use in their next-generation of flash storage products.
2005-09-19 SanDisk licenses Aerielle wireless technology
SanDisk has licensed Aerielle Inc.'s patented wireless stereo FM transmitter technology.
2013-01-31 SanDisk leans on Flash Forward for 1Y nm flash products
SanDisk's transition to 1Y nm generation semiconductors means that Flash Forward Ltd will be making the most miniaturized commercial integrated circuits in the history of the semiconductor industry.
2004-04-19 SanDisk launches distribution center in China
Flash memory data storage provider SanDisk Corp. has opened its first distribution center in China, in the Futian Free Trade Zone of Shenzhen near Hong Kong.
2008-10-23 SanDisk JV sale elicits questions, possibilities
SanDisk Corp.'s move to sell part of its fab venture could make it more attractive for an eventual acquisition by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, according to an analyst.
2013-09-24 SanDisk improves flash memory for Bay Trail processor
SanDisk optimised its iNAND flash memory for use in tablets running Intel's Bay Trail 22nm Atom processor.
2005-05-30 SanDisk game card uses memory controller by Tower Semiconductor
SanDisk Corp. has selected Tower Semiconductor Ltd to provide the memory controller on its recently introduced 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo game card, a high-capacity flash memory card for Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP).
2007-12-13 SanDisk forms Vietnam partnerships for flash cards
SanDisk Corp. has announced that it is expanding its retail flash memory card business in Vietnam via partnerships with FPT Corp. and Ingram Micro Inc.
2011-09-16 SanDisk forms consortium for low-power SSDs
Enabling OEMs to offer SSDs with Serial ATA performance at significantly lower power consumption, SanDisk Corp spearheads the formation of the consortium.
2003-09-03 SanDisk Flash memory cards offer 9MBps write speed
SanDisk Corp. has introduced the SanDisk Ultra II line of CompactFlash and SD flash memory cards.
2008-04-04 SanDisk eyes mobile, CE markets in India
SanDisk plans to increase market presence and diversify product offerings in India, addressing the country's growing demand for flash memory cards used in cellphones, digital cameras and music players.
2011-06-23 SanDisk expands enterprise flash drive portfolio
SanDisk has released six new 2.5-inch 6GB SAS models to expand its Lightning Enterprise Flash Drive family.
2003-10-23 SanDisk enhances sales network in China
SanDisk Corp. announced that they have expanded retail sales in China, and signed its first three retail distributors in the country.
2004-10-29 SanDisk doubles form factor cards storage capacity
SanDisk Corp. announced that it is doubling the current maximum capacities of its SanDisk miniSD and SanDisk RS-MMC cards to 512MB.
1999-10-28 SanDisk CompactFlash & Motorola 8bit microcontroller interface design reference example
The choices and modes for accessing and configuring the SanDisk CompactFlash cards are described in this note.
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