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2004-01-12 Tiny Toshiba drive blurs flash/disk boundary
Toshiba's storage device division announced plans for 2GB and 4GB disk drives at the Consumer Electronics Show measuring just 0.85-inches across.
2002-09-11 TI CardBus controller supports multiple Flash media
The PCI1620 CardBus controller chip from Texas Instruments Inc. is claimed to read multiple types of Flash media - including Smart Media, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, and MultiMediaCards
2005-01-26 Taiwan card maker preps new flash memory
A Taiwanese flash card maker said it will take the wraps of a new flash memory architecture this March at the CeBit exhibition in Hannover, Germany.
2007-10-10 SST, Insyde team on flash-based PC storage
Flash vendor Silicon Storage Technology Inc. and BIOS developer Insyde Software Corp. are collaborating on a new platform for flash-based storage in the PC, called FlashMate
2008-03-18 Secure digital flash cards aim at mission-critical apps
Netlist has released its third solid-state product for the industrial market, the SD1.1 Industrial Grade Secure Digital flash card, which is aimed at mission-critical applications.
2005-03-17 SanDisk, NDS partner on flash card content
SanDisk Corp. and NDS Group plc said Monday (March 14) they would partner long-term on an end-to-end solution to deliver high value video/audio content into SanDisk's next generation of secure flash storage cards for mobile devices
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.
2005-01-06 SanDisk acquires Israeli flash card content provider
SanDisk Corp. has acquired MDRM, a privately-held Israeli company focused on developing products for distributing secure content through flash memory cards
2003-08-05 Peripheral releases 2GB compact Flash card
Peripheral Enhancements has announced that it has added a 2GB compact Flash card to its existing EDGE digital media line.
2003-12-05 NTT DoCoMo rolls out CompactFlash card
NTT DoCoMo Inc. has announced that it will market what it claims is the first FOMA CompactFlash card that will enable 3G videophone and other wireless data communications via PCs and PDAs
2005-11-07 New 4-in-1 flash card connector from Yamaichi
Yamaichi Electronics extended its FRS series with a combo 4-in-1 flash card connector FRS012-2000-0.
2015-03-27 Micron, Intel tout 3D NAND flash chips
Micron and Intel developed their own 3D NAND flash chips, which will sell as chips and in solid-state drives. It will pack 256Gbits into vertical NAND chips using MLC and 384Gbits in TLC versions
2005-08-26 Micron delivers high-density NAND flash memory in mobile market
Micron Technology Inc. is shipping 8Gb and 4Gb qualified NAND flash memory products
2010-08-20 Intel, Micron codevelop 3bpc NAND flash
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have produced a 3bit-per-cell (bpc) NAND flash memory using 25nm process technology
2002-12-27 Hitachi ships card half the size of MMCs
Hitachi Ltd has announced the availability of a line of RS-MMCs that offer the same functions as a standard MMC, but at a package about half the size of the latter.
2002-03-08 Hitachi Flash card offers user authentication
Claimed to be the industry's first Flash card with user authentication function, the HB28D032PSM2 Secure MultiMediaCard uses a PIN to provide data security, and is aimed at portable devices such as PDAs, PCs, and cellular phones.
2002-07-09 Hagiwara offers 1GB CompactFlash card
Hagiwara Sys-Com Co. Ltd has expanded its V series of CompactFlash (Type I) cards with the addition of a 1GB model that can store up to 1,000 pictures.
2014-08-12 Flash Summit drives memory innovation
The biggest takeaway of the Flash Memory Summit was on the breadth and depth of work to turn solid-state drives into processing nodes for big data centres
2002-11-21 Flash market seen for healthy comeback in 2002
The Flash memory card market is forecasted to rebound to $2.1 billion this year, recovering from the steepest drop in Flash card revenues of $1.3 billion in 2001, according to the latest report released by Web-Feet Research.
2003-09-17 Flash card market to grow by 38 percent in '03
Despite declining NAND flash memory component prices in 1H of the year, the worldwide flash card market is poised for strong revenue growth in 2003.
2003-09-12 Crucial Tech rolls hi-speed USB Flash card readers
Crucial Technology has introduced three Hi-Speed USB flash card readers that the company claims enable easier transfer of digital data from flash memory cards directly to a desktop computer.
2003-06-11 Crucial Tech flash cards eye multimedia apps
Crucial Technology's SmartMedia, Secure Digital, and Memory Stick removable flash memory cards are suitable for use in digital cameras and handheld computers
2003-09-19 Connect the M16C with a Compact Flash Card
This application note shows how to connect the M16C microcontroller with a Compact Flash Card.
2007-05-21 8Gbyte microSD card rolls for handset designs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed an 8Gbyte microSD flash memory card designed for use in today's multimedia cellphones.
2004-06-03 5-in-1 card connector comes with xD support
Yamaichi Electronics offers a new combination 5-in-1 Flash card connector that supports xD Picture Cards, MS, SM, SD and MMC cards.
2006-01-31 ZiLOG MCU to power Hauppauge's TV tuner card
ZiLOG's Z8 Encore! F08 Flash microcontroller family will power the advanced remote control functions of Hauppauge Computer Works' WinTV-PVR-150 board
2008-08-15 Z-P230 SSD now fits PCIe mini-card module
Intel Corp. has introduced a smaller version of its Z-P230 PATA SSD that is now available in a space-saving PCIe mini-card module
2013-02-15 Xilinx Virtex-7 based FPGA card tooled for OpenVPX
Alpha Data's ADM-VPX3-7V2 is designed to support the FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O and full industrial ruggedisation.
2007-11-05 Wi-Fi card for digicams eases photo sharing
Eye-Fi Card fits into an SD slot and automatically sends pictures from the digicam to a local PC or Mac or to an online site based on preset user preferences
2012-09-21 Why GigaDevice gambles on NOR flash memory
China fabless firm GigaDevice is staying put in the NOR flash market even if the industry proves challenging for sales growth and expansion
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