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2006-03-08 Translators target cellphone memory cards
STMicroelectronics announced two 6bit level translators intended for interfacing the 1.8V or 2.5V signals of cellphones and other products with the nominal 3.3V levels used by plug-in memory 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
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.
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
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
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.
2014-09-24 SDA enhances iSDIO cards with TransferJet
TransferJet facilitates contactless data transmission at 560Mbit/s with an effective throughput of up to 375Mbit/s, making it more than 1,000 times faster than the typical NFC setup.
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.
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
2002-04-25 SanDisk to supply memory cards to Fujitsu Siemens' Pocket Loox
SanDisk Corp. has agreed to supply Fujitsu Siemens Computers with CompactFlash (CF) and Secure Digital (SD) Flash memory cards for the Pocket LOOX, Fujitsu's handheld computer. The device features built-in Bluetooth capability and module attachment for mobile phone functionality.
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.
2003-01-14 SanDisk memory card offers 802.11b connectivity
SanDisk Corp. has introduced a line of Flash memory cards that feature 802.11b connectivity.
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
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
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.
2004-09-20 Samsung uses SanDisk memory cards for camera phones
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has integrated 32MB miniSD cards from SanDisk Corp. to be sold with its digital camera phone
2009-11-10 Samsung slims down multi-die memory package
Samsung claims the thinnest multi-die memory package measuring 0.6mm in height, just half the thickness of a conventional memory package of eight stacked chips or dies
2004-09-29 Samsung memory cards with flash memory, card controller
Samsung Electronics has developed new memory cards that carry both Samsung flash memory and an in-house designed card controller.
2006-06-30 Samsung makes 'fastest' memory chip in 60nm tech
Samsung announced it has developed a faster, higher capacity version of the OneNAND, touted to be the world's fastest memory chip, using the 60nm process technology
2006-02-14 Samsung develops 1GB micro memory card
Samsung Electronics has developed a micro memory card, designated 1GB MMCmicro, with a 1GB density and reportedly the fastest writing and reading speed
2005-03-29 Samsung commences production of smallest memory card
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has begun mass-production of the smallest memory card available for mobile phones
2006-03-14 Panasonic developing 4GByte SDHC memory card
Panasonic announced that it is developing a 4GByte SD High-Capacity memory card based on the new SD Specifications Version 2.00
2007-01-31 Non-volatile memory suits security, DRM apps
Virage Logic's next-gen embedded non-volatile memory called NOVeA provides a multiprogrammable embedded memory that the company says is key in applications requiring sophisticated security and DRM capabilities
2003-04-09 Nikon signs Lexar Media as memory card supplier
Nikon Inc. has chosen Lexar Media Inc. for the second year in a row to be the exclusive provider of memory cards for all Nikon Coolpix digital cameras sold in the U.S.
2004-01-29 Multimedia card striving to become universal memory
The MultiMediaCard Association is equipping its flash memory cards with higher data rates, a wider bus and more security in hopes of overtaking the CompactFlash card for market dominance.
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