Comments: 0Friday, December 28th 2012 - 10:45 CET
Toshiba SDHC cards with TransferJet - Toshiba Corporation will showcase a reference display of an SDHC memory card with TransferJet close proximity wireless transfer technology at the 2013 International CES Show, to be held from January 8 to 11, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Unites States. The Toshiba SDHC memory card on reference display will be a product under development, integrating a TransferJet transceiver IC, a coupler, an RF filter, peripheral passive parts, an SD bridge connection circuit, and Toshiba's NAND flash memory. Data transfer by TransferJet communications will be implemented in electronic devices supporting SDHC memory cards, such as digital cameras and Personal Computers, by inserting the SDHC card in the memory slot.
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Comments: 0Sunday, July 3rd 2011 - 13:00 CEST
Lexar Media announced the availability of the Lexar 128GB SDXC and 64GB SDXC memory cards. The Lexar SDXC memory cards are available at B&H Photo and Video and Adorama Camera stores. The Professional Lexar SDXC memory cards include the popular Image Rescue software from Lexar to recover photos and video files from damaged flash memory cards. The Lexar SDXC memory cards are the best choice for shooting continuous, rapid-fire photos and HD video clips. With SDXC memory capacities of 128GB and 64GB, photographers can work fast and transfer more photos and videos then before.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 4th 2011 - 08:40 CET
Lexar Media announced new Lexar Professional Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) memory cards. The new high-capacity Lexar Professional 133x SDXC cards enable the capture, storage, and transfer of extended lengths of 1080p high-definition (HD) video and continuous, rapid-fire image capture in a single, high-performance solution. The Lexar Professional 133x SDXC card is the first available in a 128GB capacity, and is also offered in a 64GB capacity. Both cards are speed rated at 133x, providing a minimum guaranteed transfer speed of 20MB per second, and feature a Class 10 speed designation.
Comments: 0Friday, January 22nd 2010 - 14:05 CET
Surprising, but also to be expected, was the introduction of the Sony SD, SDHC and microSD/SDHC memory cards. With the introduction of the new Sony CyberShot cameras, the specifications showed that besides supporting Sony's own Memory Stick, they also now support the SD platform. This is a logical choice, seeing that almost all manufacturers made this step years ago, or in the case of Olympus, who made it recently. What the consequences will be in the long run for the Memory Stick is yet to be seen, but we expect that this is the first step in the complete conversion to the SD/SDHC and undoubtedly the SDXC flash memory cards in the coming year or two.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 22nd 2010 - 13:27 CET
Last year, the specifications of a new generation of Secure Digital flash (SD) memory cards were made public. And these were, to put it lightly, impressive. With SD as base and SDHC (SD High Capacity) for higher storage capacities of a maximum of 32GB, a heavy specification requirement was set for every new type of card that would take over after SDHC. However, anyone taking a look at the SDXH (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity) roadmap, and sees a storage capacity of 2TB and a bus interface speed of 104MB/sec to 300MB/sec in a later phase, will soon be convinced. Panasonic starts off this year with the introduction of the first 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards.
Comments: 0Friday, January 15th 2010 - 13:10 CET
Toshiba announced the launch of the 64GB SDXC memory card capable of operating at the world's fastest data transfer rate for reading and writing to a flash memory card. The new Toshiba SDXC memory card is compliant with the new SD Memory Standard, Ver. 3.00, UHS104. Toshiba also extended its leadership in memory card solutions by unveiling 32GB and 16GB SDHC memory cards compliant with the world's fastest data transfer rate.
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Comments: 0Saturday, June 6th 2009 - 22:50 CEST
SanDisk Corporation announced the SanDisk Netbook SDHC removable flash memory card, offering consumers an easy and affordable way to significantly increase their netbooks’ storage capacity. Consumers simply insert the SanDisk Netbook SDHC card into a netbook’s card slot to add capacity instantly. This news expands upon the previously announced next-generation SanDisk pSSD product family, which serve as drop-in replacements for hard disk drives (HDDs) in netbooks.
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Comments: 0Sunday, February 22nd 2009 - 19:15 CET
At the 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress, we spoke to Akihiro Kasahara, Senior Fellow Business Development Office Corporate Research & Development Center of Toshiba, about the new memory card which is expected this year; the SDXC. During the CES show at the beginning of this year, the specifications of the new platform based on Secure Digital (SD) were released. Current SD memory cards have a maximum storage capacity of 2GB, followed by the SDHC cards which start from 4GB up to a maximum capacity of 32GB.
Comments: 0Friday, January 16th 2009 - 22:42 CET
Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) has developed the first mobile security card offering contactless smart-card security in addition to the usual data storage functions. The new security feature is provided by a cryptography controller with an NFC-compatible interface integrated in the microSD card along with the flash memory. The Mobile Security Card CL thus serves as an ideal basis for implementing security and payment functions in cell phones and for many other mobile applications. This innovation from G&D addresses the needs of digital identity solution providers.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 9th 2009 - 00:35 CET
SanDisk announced a 2 Gigabyte 2 Rock Band 2 SD gaming card, significantly increasing the storage capacity available to gamers using the Nintendo Wii console. This memory boost enables users to conveniently store additional content without worrying about running out of space. The SanDisk 2GB Rock Band 2 SD gaming card is expected to be available for U.S. retailers this Spring, and carries a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $12.99.
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