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2013-10-28 SD 3.0 memory card penetration rate to hit 20% in 2014
The maximum bandwidth SD 3.0, also known as UHS-I, offers a transfer speed of 104MB/s (much quicker than SD 2.0's 25MB/s), and a write speed that easily surpasses 10MB/s, stated TrendForce.
2014-04-21 Toshiba samples industry's fastest microSD memory cards
Compared to Toshiba's current 32GB microSD UHS-I cards, the write speed is improved approximately eight times, while the read speed is improved approximately 2.7 times.
2010-09-07 Memory cards pioneer SD 3.0 UHS 104
Toshiba Corp. launches 8-, 16- and 32GB SDHC UHS-I cards that comply with the SD Memory Card Standard Ver. 3 and microSDHC UHS-I Cards delivering 4-, 8- and16GB capacities.
2011-07-08 USB controller doubles IOPS
Cypress has unveiled its USB 3.0 peripheral controller designed to improve the performance of mobile handhelds during boot, page loading and apps switching.
2010-09-02 IP core enables NVM interface running at 3.12Gbit/s
Arasan Chip Systems Inc. reports that it has developed the ultra high speed (UHS)-II PHY IP core, a memory interface being finalized by the SD Association.
2014-06-26 How to implement RAID 0/1 using USB 3.0
Without any modifications or changes, USB 3.0 provides an alternative RAID implementation for applications such as server virtualisation.
2014-05-20 Dearth of host devices leaves UHS-II cards hanging
The UHS-II bus interface introduces a new pin layout in memory cards, where second-row pins are added to support up to 312MB/s HD recording speeds. While UHS-II cards can be used like any other SD card since they are backwards compatible, not many devices can take advantage of the additional pins.
2009-08-31 Controller IP supports ultrahigh-speed SD operation
Arasan Chip Systems Inc. claims the world's first Secure Digital eXtended Capacity (SDXC) Card Controller IP.
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