Flash memory is everywhere; from smartphones and tablets to industrial computing devices and cars – the list is endless. Navigating this can be daunting and confusing so it is essential to know what is available and which product is right for a particular application.
There are many different grades of flash memory and most manufacturers differentiate their products by environmental or performance characteristics, such as operating temperature, data read and write speed, reliability and longevity.
Products are tangible, but it’s the service we give our customers that sets us apart from our competitors. Every customer is unique and they all have their own set of requirements, whether this is a tight deadline for delivery, information for a company presentation or programming an encrypted license file to an SD card. Whatever the requirements are, we know how to deal with it and we know how to tie all the elements of a project together.
SD cards – a trip down memory lane
SD initially was short for Secure Digital, a non-volatile memory card format developed for use in portable devices. Now known as SD memory cards, they may be small, but they’ve been on a big journey since their inception in the late 1990s…Read more ...
Why microSD Express Memory Cards Rule: The Many Advantages of the PCIe and NVMe Standards
Article written by Yosi Pinto, Chairman of the SD Association.
The latest version of the popular microSD form factor brings SSD levels of performance, creating a host of new opportunities for memory card users.
In the nearly two decades since the SD Association (SDA) introduced its first memory cards, SD and microSD memory cards have cycled through numerous evolutions and industry trends.
Now, the microSD Express memory card takes a giant step forward by giving the microSD form factor PCIe® and NVMe™ capabilities alongside the legacy SD interface. This move opens new opportunities for mobile devices, gaming, drones, Internet of Things (IoT) and other applications to use the highest-performance removable memory cards.Read more ...