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The SanDisk Extreme PRO 512 GB SD card at Photokina 2014 (Photo: Paul Ridden/Gizmag)

SanDisk has announced its, and the world's, highest capacity SD memory card so far. Designed with professional videographers and photographers in mind, the 512 GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card couples high capacity with write speeds of up to 90 MB/s and transfer speeds up to 95 MB/s.  Read More

SanDisk's Optimus MAX is the world's first 4 TB SAS SSD

Flash-based solid state drives (SSDs) have historically been the poor cousins to platter-based HDDs in terms of storage capacity, making them a poorer option for enterprise applications. But SanDisk is looking to change things with its new Optimus MAX SSD, the world's first 2.5-inch Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSD packing 4 TB of storage capacity.  Read More

SanDisk's new 128 GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-I memory card

SanDisk has chosen the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, to announce the world’s largest capacity microSD card, the waterproof 128 GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-I memory card.  Read More

SanDisk's 64 GB Extreme SDXC card promises up to 80 MB/s read and 50 MB/s write speeds

Toshiba may have claimed a world’s fastest title with its new Exceria Pro SD memory cards that come in 16 and 32 GB capacities, but SanDisk is claiming its own world's fastest crown – this time for a 64 GB microSDXC card.  Read More

SanDisk has launched a new Connect line of wireless storage vaults

Like many mobile workers, my notebook, tablet and smartphone share backpack space with portable storage. Accessing stored files over a physical connection, however, can be something of a challenge. Even if you're luckier than I and manage to find a free USB port when you need one, connecting multiple devices to your storage can quickly turn into a messy cable fight. SanDisk has launched a new Connect range of storage vaults that can bypass that nightmarish tangle soup altogether. The Wireless Flash Drive and Wireless Media Drive are each able to wirelessly connect with up to eight mobile devices simultaneously without so much as an external router in sight.  Read More

SanDisk has announced that its new 128GB Extreme SDXC UHS-I card, which boasts read/write ...

About eighteen months ago, SanDisk revealed the world's fastest 32GB SDHC media card, pushing the format's data transfer speeds up to a rather lively 30 megabytes per second (MB/s). Since then, the SDXC standard has been let loose on the world, with the promise of theoretical capacities of anything up to 2TB and file transfer rates up to 104 MB/s for the UHS-I flavor and 312MB/s for UHS-II. While we're not quite there yet, SanDisk is again claiming the "world's fastest" crown with its new 128GB Extreme SDXC UHS-I card, which boasts read/write speeds of up to 45 MB/s.  Read More

ASUS has announced a new series of ultraportables powered by Intel's 2nd generation Core p...

Intel has named the new UX Series notebooks from ASUS as amongst the first to be included in a new "Ultrabook" category. Launched at Computex 2011, the new high performance, ultra-thin UX21 and UX31 ultraportables will be powered by Intel's second generation Core processors and feature SanDisk's latest solid state storage technology.  Read More

SanDisk and Toshiba have developed and fabricated NAND flash memory modules with 19nm proc...

As our use of mobile technology increases, so does our demand for more built-in device storage capacity in smaller and smaller form factors. Only a few weeks have passed since Intel began using its 25 nanometer (nm) NAND flash memory in its 320 series SSD storage solutions and just days since the company joined with Micron Technology to announce the breakthrough 20nm process technology. Now SanDisk and Toshiba have developed and fabricated NAND flash memory modules with 19nm process technology.  Read More

SanDisk, Nikon and Sony have joined forces to propose a new CompactFlash specification whi...

Hot on the heels of the latest CompactFlash specification being released, SanDisk, Nikon and Sony have joined forces to propose a new specification to better cope with the high definition demands of today and tomorrow. The new proposal will give users more than three times the data transfer speeds of the current specification, and take storage capacity into the domain of the multi-terabyte.  Read More

SanDisk has developed the first small form factor SATA SSD drive

Ultra-thin tablets, laptops and other mobile devices could be set to look even slimmer with the development of SATA solid state drives no bigger than a postage stamp. SanDisk's new integrated SSD (iSSD) device is just 0.072 inch (1.85mm) thick, tips the scales at a mere 0.029 of an ounce (0.83g) and is currently available in sizes up to 64GB. It's not the fastest SSD solution currently available but hey, it's got to be the smallest.  Read More

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