SanDisk today introduced a new, JEDEC standard version of the iNAND embedded flash drive (EFD). This new version of iNAND, soon to be available in capacities of up to 8GB. iNAND, which is compatible with the SD(TM) bus and commands, is designed to support mobile TV, multimedia downloading and other storage-hungry applications on portable systems such as mobile handsets, digital audio/MP3 players, gaming applications, GPS applications, personal media players and PDAs. Engineering samples of the new, JEDEC standard compatible iNAND embedded flash ddrive are available for testing and evaluation, with mass production planned for the Q3 2007.

8GB SanDisk iNAND SanDisk New 8GB iNAND Flash Drive

SanDisk® Corporation today introduced a new, JEDEC (Joint Electron Device
Engineering Council) standard version of the iNAND(TM) embedded flash drive (EFD).
This new version of iNAND, soon to be available in capacities of up to 8
gigabytes (GB)*, was unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress, where SanDisk is
showcasing its storage technologies and solutions for the mobile world in Hall
8, Booth 8C74 and at Hall 7, Booth 7C62 at Spain’s Fira de Barcelona exhibition
grounds.

iNAND is a reliable, high-capacity and high-performance NAND flash storage
device that is now JEDEC JC-64.1 package and ball-out compatible.** This new
JEDEC compatibility, which allows iNAND to more readily connect to applications
using this common standard, should help to reduce integration efforts for
handset vendors and other mobile device manufacturers.

iNAND, which is compatible with the SD(TM) bus and commands, is designed to
support mobile TV, multimedia downloading and other storage-hungry applications
on portable systems such as mobile handsets, digital audio/MP3 players, gaming
applications, GPS applications, personal media players and PDAs. With the new
JEDEC standard hardware interface, the leading industry standard SD-compatible
interface and smart flash management software integrated into its controller as
firmware, iNAND is especially suited for these types of small portable devices.
iNAND facilitates lower integration efforts and seamless access to the most
cost-effective high-capacity MLC NAND flash technology available. EE Times
recently named the iNAND EFD as an "Ultimate Product of the Year" finalist for
its third Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Award.

"JEDEC ball-out compatibility makes integration easier for our customers using
iNAND as their mobile storage solution," said David Tolub, vice president and
co-manager of the Mobile Handset Vendor business unit at SanDisk. "At 8GB, iNAND,
with its new JEDEC standard ball-out which is also supported by a wide range of
other consumer electronics products, opens up a new range of opportunities for
iNAND beyond the millions of mobile handsets and consumer electronics products
where it is already used."

Engineering samples of the new, JEDEC standard compatible iNAND embedded flash
ddrive are available for testing and evaluation, with mass production planned
for the Q3 2007. More information about iNAND can be found online at
www.sandisk.com/OEM/Default.aspx?CatID=1294. Pricing information is not yet
available.