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2003-11-14 Wave Tech connectors features card ejector
Wave Tech Co. Ltd has announced the availability of its SD series of SecureDigital memory-card connectors that comes with a card ejector.
2005-02-04 Voltage translator tailored for picture card interface
TI's voltage translator provides what the company claims as the industry's first voltage level translator specifically designed for memory card interface with SD, MMC, MemoryStick and xD picture cards.
2006-07-07 Toshiba unveils 'smallest' memory card
Toshiba's new microSD card, with approximately one-fourth the cubic measure of a miniSD memory card, is touted to be the smallest memory card available worldwide.
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.
2006-05-30 Toshiba extends miniSD memory cards
Toshiba Corp. announced an expanded line-up of large capacity miniSD Memory Cards with the introduction of a 2Gbyte capacity card.
2013-11-15 Toshiba expands wireless LAN SDHC memory cards
The 32GB FlashAir cards support wireless sharing and transfers of photos from digital cameras to smartphones and tablets.
2007-08-27 Toshiba debuts 32Gbyte SDHC card
Toshiba has reinforced its line up of SDHC cards with three new cards, including the worlds first 32Gbyte memory card.
2005-03-31 THE memory card for cellphones
Samsung disclosed that it has started mass-production of what it claims as the smallest memory card available for mobile phones.
2007-06-05 Taiwan's miCard: The memory card to end all memory cards?
With 60MBps in throughput, Tawain's new memory card formatthe miCardtrounces all mainstream cards in speed.
2005-02-04 Taiwan memory card backers agree to talk with MMCA
A consortium in Taiwan that's trying to launch a memory card format said Tuesday (Feb. 1) it has &quote;agreed in principle&quote; to cooperate with the MultiMedia Card Association on technology and marketing initiatives.
2005-01-26 Taiwan consortium readying new memory card format
A technology consortium in Taiwan is putting the finishing touches on a new memory card format that it says is compatible with the popular Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard formats already in the market but offers speeds twice that of USB 2.0 at a cheaper price.
2003-02-26 Tai Twun PC Card connector withstands 250Vac
The PCFXX series of PC Card Type 1 memory card connector from Tai Twun Ent. Co Ltd can withstand a surge voltage of up to 250Vac.
2005-10-04 Sony, SanDisk push micro Memory Stick
SanDisk and Sony Corporation have launched a jointly developed Memory Stick card dubbed the Micro, and are targeting the removable flash storage recording format at the mobile phones sector.
2003-06-19 Sony, SanDisk move closer on Memory Stick
Sony Corp. and SanDisk Corp. announced an expanded cross licensing agreement that will make SanDisk the first full partner in Sony's Memory Stick business
2003-05-30 SMSC memory card controller connects directly to PCs
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has announced that it is sampling 2G Hi-Speed USB 2. memory card controller.
2006-09-08 SMK unveils connector for Memory Stick Duo
SMK recently announced the expansion of small memory card connectors portfolio with the addition of a Memory Stick Duo connector.
2003-12-19 SMK connector compatible with 7 card types
SMK Corp. has developed a '5-in-1 card connector' that is compatible with seven types of memory cards the Memory Stick, SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard, Smart Media (3.3V), Compact Flash (Type1/Type2), and Microdrive.
2004-06-01 SMK card connector compatible with 4 memory card types
SMK has launched a lead-free 4-in-1 memory card connector that comes with an exclusion function.
2004-11-04 Sharp, IBM partner in IC card development
Sharp Corp. and IBM Japan Ltd have collaborated on development of a 1MB flash memory card equipped with IBM's Java card open platform (JCOP), an embedded operating system based on Java (1) technology.
2005-01-25 Semtech voltage suppression device tailored for SD memory card apps
Semtech announced an expansion of its EMIClamp family of transient voltage suppression devices, which is specifically designed to protect interfaces for SD memory card designs.
2007-03-15 SDIO controller handles SDHC memory cards
QuickLogic's SDIO host controller is now capable of handling SDHC memory cards with greater than 2Gbyte capacities
2014-07-21 SDHC card behaves as stand-alone WLAN access point
The memory card from Toshiba adds wireless functions to various devices, and allows any kind of stored data to be read and transferred by using standard WLAN communications.
2006-08-28 SD memory cards deliver 5MBps, 20MBps transfer rates
TAEC and Toshiba are launching two series of SD memory cards that offer high-level data transfer rates and read-write performance. The high-speed series will offer a maximum data transfer rate of 5MBps, while the ultra high-speed series will push transfer rates to as high as 20MBps
2009-10-02 SD card enables low-cost Wi-Fi connectivity in digicams
Eye-Fi offers Share, a Wi-Fi-enabled Secure Digital (SD) card that makes it easy and affordable to add Wi-Fi connectivity to any digital camera with an SD card slot
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.
2002-07-08 SanDisk, Lead Data ink memory card license patent deal
SanDisk Corp. and Lead Data Inc. have entered into a patent cross-license agreement for SanDisk's Flash memory card patents.
2002-01-11 SanDisk unveils USB memory card readers at CES 2002
The company has introduced three ImageMate dual-slot memory card readers designed for quick and easy transfer of images, audio, video and data between storage cards and computers via the USB port.
2002-08-19 SanDisk secure digital card eyes Palm OS apps
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a 32Mb Secure Digital (SD) card preloaded with Blue Nomad Inc.'s BackupBuddy VFS software, and is targeted for Palm OS-equipped devices
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
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.
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