One of the biggest gripes most people have had with the Eye-Fi cards is the limited storage space on offer, as to date the company has only offered 8GB cards at the most, something that has at last put off some people from investing in the standard. Now PQI has come up with a solution
While there are a lot of internal arguments between JEDEC members when exactly DDR4 is supposed to arrive on market (2013 or 2014), Micron is pressing forward with the first evaluation DDR4 prototypes operating at 2400 MHz.
Patriot Memory announced today the release of Extreme Performance SDHC/SDXC UHS-I flash storage. The new cards are capable of reaching speeds up to 50MB/s read and 35MB/s write, which of course means that they are Class 10 compatible, making them ideal for high performance imaging solutions. The company will offer the new cards in capacities ranging
The latest announcement from SanDisk suggests that we can expect even cheaper flash memory in the near future, as well as being able to store much more data within the same size memory chip. Jointly with Toshiba, SanDisk has created 128Gbit NAND flash using its 19nm manufacturing technology, no small feat, but not entirely free
A Japanese manufacturer by the name of Green House has just released its new GH-UFI-XSA series of 'industrial grade' USB Flash Drives that use Single-level cell NAND chips.
Kingston appears to be only the first in what might be an industry wide move towards reducing pricing for NAND flash based products, as no SanDisk is reported to be following in Kingston's footsteps. SanDisk is said to be slashing the price of its retail flash memory cards and USB drives to keep up with
With speculation that both motherboards and potentially DRAM will be increasing in price in the next few months, it looks like NAND flash based products aren't following the same trend. Kingston is said to be dropping is pricing on at least some of its NAND flash based products by as much as 15 percent.
Brookstone have just introduced something that looks like its come straight from the creative labs of those gadget minded gurus, MI6. Specialising in a vast range of lifestyle products available directly from their online catalog, the company has just started listing some new High-Tech Cufflinks which provide both a WiFi HotSpot as well as 2GBs
Although Intel will be incorporating USB 3.0 support in most of its 7-series chipsets and AMD already having support in its A75 chipset, we're still a long way from ubiquitous USB 3.0 support and both Intel and AMD won't be offering more than four ports as standard. As such third party USB 3.0 host controllers
When it comes to flash memory there's no doubt that SanDisk is one of the major players, especially as the company has developed or at least co-developed most of the flash memory card standards in use today. Now the company has gone and announced what it claims is the world's fastest 128GB SDXC card, as
To date the most prominent company when it comes to Wi-Fi enabled SD cards has been Eye-Fi, especially as the company has managed to combined Wi-Fi and storage, although Toshiba did launch a competing product back in September. Now the Wi-Fi Association has finally decided that it's time to standardise things and somehow still managed
Apple is in talks to buy flash storage company Anobit for upwards of $500 million in a move that could give it more control over the storage element of its successful iPhone and iPad ranges.
A new Compact Flash format, dubbed “XQD”, is in the pipework and will be available for licensing soon. The XQD claims to improve almost every aspect of media recording, primarily with faster write speeds, larger capacity, and flawless high definition video recording.
Samsung has revealed plans to build a Flash memory chip factory in China as the lucrative smartphone and tablet computer markets continue to grow.
Memory maker Team Group rolled out a revised version of the X101, a mid-range USB 3.0 flash drive. The X101 was first launched in May 2010, but back then despite its lower transfer rates, it was deemed a high-end offering. The new, redesigned X101 is available in capacities of 32 GB and 64 GB. It
Back in May last year Samsung started building its Line-16 memory fab and trial production kicked off back in June this year, followed by mass production in August and the company has now announced that the Fab has gone into full production. According to Samsung this is the world's largest memory Fab and that in
Today, Sony Electronics Asia Pacific unveiled their new SxS PRO 64GB memory stick targeting at professional film makers. Compatible with XDCAM and XDCAM EX, it offers superb data reliability with features including error correction, wear levelling and power failure management.
The Transcend JetFlash T3S USB Flash Drive will be available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities.
Delkin has released a high performance extended temperature CompactFlash which is capable of operating at a temperature range of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.
Fed up with running out of memory in your smartphone/tablet/, well, Toshiba has announced that it's getting ready to solve that little problem with a range of new eMMC memory devices. The new chips will range from two to 128GB in size, so expect to see plenty more storage memory in next year's