Robust flash storage suits automotive & IIoT markets
Expanding the company’s robust, intelligent solutions designed to address the vast data generated by connected applications in automotive and industrial markets, SanDisk has introduced its latest gen automotive flash storage solution, an automotive grade SD card optimised to meet the unique storage demands of the 'connected car'.
Robust flash storage for the industrial IoT
Designed for the robust storage demands of connected industrial applications, SanDisk has announced a suite of intelligent NAND flash solutions. The outstanding performance and reliability, even in extreme temperature ranges, makes them suited for use in factory applications, industrial computing, utilities, medical equipment, surveillance camera systems, digital signage, robotics, point-of-sale solutions, large-scale printing, energy management ...
Memory card focuses on dashboard cameras,home video
As a finale to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SanDisk introduced the company’s first high endurance microSDXC memory card built to withstand up to 10,000 hours of Full HD Video1 recording. The new technology has proven itself to enable the company to reach a new milestone -- a 64GB2 microSDXC card that allows consumers to write and rewrite up to 10,000 hours of Full HD recording.
Micro-SD card increases capacity by 56% to 200GB
SanDisk kicked off Mobile World Congress in Barcelona by launching the 200GB* SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card. Keeping pace with the demands of mobile users, the new card provides the ability to capture, save and share photos, videos and other files without worrying about storage limitations.
NAND flash solutions target connected cars
NAND flash solutions, designed for next-gen ‘connected cars’ and automotive infotainment systems, have been introduced by SanDisk. The company’s portfolio of automotive storage solutions includes an automotive grade SanDisk SD card and iNAND embedded flash drive. The devices, which are AEC-Q100 qualified, are available in capacities of up to 64GB and operate across a temperature range of -40 to 85ºC.
How Flash is transforming the data centre one tier at a time
Flash is quickly becoming an integral part of daily operations at large data centres. As customers seek to address the 'mismatch' between increasing processor speeds and storage based on mechanically-driven HDDs, they are turning to flash, valuing the speed and performance associated with it. By Chris Gale, European Marketing Director, SanDisk.