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TDK Developing a SAS Flash Controller
Supporting 4KB/page SLC and MLC memory
2008.02.14 | Press Release
Toshiba Develops With SanDisk 43nm 16Gb NAND Flash Memory
And intends to start mass production of 32Gb flash memories in 3Q08
2008.02.13 | Press Release | [with our comments]
Phoenix Technologies and SanDisk Partner
To optimize Phoenix firmware for SSDs and Vaulter Disk from SanDisk
2008.02.13 | Press Release
Advanced Media Adds a New Ridata Flash Drive
32GB and 64GB to come on 2.5-inch form factor
2008.02.13 | Press Release
SanDisk Doubles the Capacity of iNAND Embedded Flash Drive
Going from 8GB to 16GB, and 32GB slated for 2H08
2008.02.12 | Press Release
Hyperstone Introduces F3 Family of CompactFlash and SSD Controllers
For SLC and MLC
2008.02.08 | Press Release
An Ultra320 SCSI Flash Drive up to 1.6TB from Bitmicro
30,000 IO/S and up to 230 MB/s
2008.02.08 | Press Release
SanDisk Expects to Mass Produce Three-Bit-per-Cell Flash Memory in March/April 2008
Company introduces commercial 16Gb, x3 NAND flash chip co-developed with Toshiba
2008.02.07 | Press Release
Solid-State Drives Challenge Hard Drives In Speed, but Not Value
An article from the Wall Street Journal
2008.02.07 | In Brief
43nm MLC NAND Flash Memory in Production by SanDisk and Co-Developed With Toshiba
Twice the density per chip compared to 56nm 16Gb process technology
2008.02.07 | Press Release
Apple Doubling Flash Capacity of iTouch and iPod
iTouch at 32GB and iPhone at 16GB, both at $499
2008.02.05 | Press Release
Intel and Micron Develop NAND Flash Memory with 5X Faster Performance
To be manufactured by NAND flash joint venture IM Flash Technologies
2008.02.04 | Press Release
Kingston Adds 16GB SDHC Memory Card Class 4 Model
Priced at $231
2008.02.02 | Press Release
Micron Sampling 8Gb SLC
Readind at up to 200MB/s and writing at up to 100 MB/s
2008.02.02 | Press Release
New 16/32GB SDHC and 8GB SDHC Plus Cards From SanDisk
R/W speed of 15MB/s, $350 for 32GB
2008.02.01 | Press Release
INTELLIAM Incorporating 32GB to 128GB NAND Flash on AMC board
LeanSTOR gives memory designers the possibility to mount additional components onto AdvancedTCA system board.
2008.02.01 | Press Release
NAND Flash Platform for PCI Express by Denali
SoC platform enables deployment of NAND flash system designs
2008.01.30 | Press Release
Solid-State Drives May Be Trendy, But Consumers Aren’t Buying It
"Right now, the mainstream for laptops is still very much disk drives," says Joni Clark, senior product marketing manager for Seagate
2008.01.28 | In Brief
Now Also Flash Drives for Desktop PC
Here is probably the first one, the HP Compaq dc7800
2008.01.26 | Press Release | [with our comments]
Kingston Technology DataTraveler 400 USB Flash Drive
Keeps data synchronized between multiple PCs
2008.01.21 | Press Release
31GB 2.5-Inch Flash Disk for IBM BladeCenter
Flash memories entering in all computer architectures
2008.01.15 | In Brief
Pretec 48GB CompactFlash Card
And up to 50MB/s or 333X transfer rate
2008.01.15 | Press Release
EMC First to Enter Enterprise Flash Drives With STEC
This announcement could drastically change the storage industry.
by Jean Jacques Maleval | 2008.01.14 | News
EMC With STEC for Enterprise Flash Drives
The two press releases
2008.01.14 | Press Release | [with our comments]
More Speed for Kingston’s DataTraveler USB Products
The company introduces the DataTraveler HyperX and DataTraveler 110 models.
2008.01.09 | Press Release
RIDATA SMART Compact Flash Card Up to 16GB
Available in SLC and MLC format
2008.01.08 | Press Release
128GB MLC Flash Disk by Samsung
Samsung has developed MLC) flash-based 128GB SSD that it will produce this year in 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch versions.
2008.01.07 | Press Release
Panasonic Showcases a 32GB SDHC Memory Card Prototype
It has Class 6 speed specification and is aimed at recording HD video.
2008.01.07 | Press Release
PNY Will Pay SanDisk Royalties on Flash Products
PNY signs license agreement with SanDisk to settle patent litigation.
2008.01.05 | Press Release
Microboards Now Also Duplicates Flash Media
In a surprising move in the optical industry, optical disc duplication company Microboards Technology announced an offering of hardware and supplies for duplicating on flash media.
2008.01.05 | Press Release
AMD Licenses NAND Technology From Denali
Denali Software has licensed its NAND flash solution to AMD.
2008.01.05 | Press Release
Spansion Sampling Its MirrorBit Quad Devices at 65nm
Spansion begins sampling 65nm MirrorBit Quad flash memory for delivering vibrant content on removable cards.
2008.01.05 | Press Release
New Corsair 32GB USB Flash Drives at $230
Corsair it is expanding its Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor USB family lines with new 32GB capacity offerings.
2008.01.04 | Press Release
Imation Powered by Mtron
Strategic relationship with Mtron combines SSD technology with Imation marketing, distribution and technical service expertise.
2008.01.04 | Press Release
Record Capacity of 832GB for New 2.5-Inch MLC Flash Disk From Bitmicro
Bitmicro is pre-announcing the latest addition to its E-Disk Altima SSD family, the 832GB capacity SATA SSD in 2.5-inch form factor, at the CES 2008 in Las Vegas.
2008.01.04 | Press Release | [with our comments]
Lexar Media With 2.5-Inch SATA Flash Disk Up to 64GB
Line of Crucial SSDs, more durable and requiring less power
2008.01.03 | Press Release
Advanced Media (Ritek) Introducing Smart Compact Flash Cards at CES 2008
Featuring high-speed access to reading and writing and up to 16GB of storage capacity, the self-monitoring CF card is ideal for virtually any flash media storage application.
2008.01.03 | Press Release
Online Web Backup with USB Flash Drive SanDisk Cruzer Titanium Plus
SanDisk brings automatic online backup to USB flash drives with new Cruzer Titanium Plus. Data are protected if the drive is lost, stolen or forgotten
2008.01.02 | Press Release
At CES, PWI Will Show Compact USB Flash Drives With New Design
PQI will launch several ultra compact USB flash drives: the i810, i815, Traveling Disk i261, i221 and i201.
2008.01.02 | Press Release
Kingston’s Card Reader Support 19 Types of Flash Memory Cards
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. announced the new Kingston Media Reader, an external, hi-speed reader designed to support 19 popular types of Flash memory cards, is now shipping. The reader is a good solution for moving data between Flash cards and a computer or other device with a USB port as it requires no adapters or power cable.
2007.12.26 | Press Release
Transcend Unveils 16GB JetFlash V60 USB Flash Key
Transcend introduced its latest high-capacity USB flash drive – the 16GB JetFlash V60. About the size of an AA battery, the V60 is small enough to be taken anywhere.
2007.12.25 | Press Release
Ultra Portable PQI USB Flash Disk i201
PQI Traveling Disk i201 utilizes PQI's patented Intelligent Stick interface to create an ultra portable size USB flash drive.
2007.12.25 | Press Release
Cross Licensing Agreement Between SanDisk and Trek

2007.12.17 | Press Release
Intel: a Flash Disk Smaller Than a Penny

by Jean Jacques Maleval | 2007.12.17 | News | [with our comments]
Netlist Releases an Industrial-Grade PC Storage Flash Card

2007.12.15 | Press Release
SST introduced New High-Performance Products Based on its Proprietary SuperFlash Technology

2007.12.12 | Press Release
SanDisk and Trek Forge Handshake

2007.12.11 | Press Release
Samsung Launches “microsite”, to Stay Up-to-Date on SSDs

2007.12.11 | Press Release
Toshiba Entering the Flash Disk Market

2007.12.10 | Press Release | [with our comments]
New Products From Ridata at Coming CES

by Jean Jacques Maleval | 2007.12.10 | News
Flash Disk From STEC at $5/GB

2007.12.05 | Press Release
Samsung and Toshiba to Share Specs on Flash Chips

2007.12.04 | Press Release
32GB Flash Disk From Mtron at $650

2007.12.04 | Press Release | [with our comments]
Start-Up MemoRight From China, Yet Another Flash SSD Maker
Apparently with an excellent technology
2007.12.04 | Press Release | [with our comments]
Micron, New Actor in Flash Drives

2007.11.30 | Press Release | [with our comments]
From SanDisk, Flash-based Accelerator to Speed up System Performance in Consumer Laptops and PCs

2007.11.14 | Press Release
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