- SanDisk: Flash Memory on the Rebound. // Channel Insider;5/19/2009, p1
The article reports on the resurgence in demand of flash memory drives and solutions of Sandisk Corp. in 2009. According to Sandisk chief executive Eli Harari, the cutback in flash memory production balances the industry stung by oversupply. As a result, plans on new shares to raise capital is...
- Thumb drives. Taylor, Nathan // Australian PC User;Jun2005, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p60
Evaluates the Cruzer Titanium flash memory card from SanDisk. Technical specifications.
- Secure Flash Memory Cards Support DRM And Encryption. // Electronic Design;10/27/2005, Vol. 53 Issue 24, p25
The article discusses the applications and suitability of secure flash memory cards in supporting digital rights management (DRM) and encryption, featuring SanDisk Corp.'s TrustedFlash memory card. With TrustedFlash, content providers can lock content on the TrueFlash cards by using a DRM...
- INDUSTRIAL MICRO DESIGN GETS SD MEMORY AND 1.31V WATCHDOG. // Electronics Weekly;10/15/2003, Issue 2119, p47
Industrial systems rely on microcontrollers and recent removable storage card and timer products bring consumer-style devices to this testing design environment. SanDisk Corp. has launched a line of industrial grade secure digital (SD) memory cards designed with durability, data integrity and...
- SanDisk Gives You Memory and Wi-Fi in One Convenient Card. // Caribbean Business;7/28/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 29, p97
Introduces SanDisk's Connect Plus card, a device which combines a Wireless Fidelity card with Flash memory. Key specifications; Retail price.
- SWOT Analysis. // SanDisk Corporation SWOT Analysis;Sep2011, p1
A business analysis of SanDisk Corporation, a company that supplies flash based data storage products, is provided, focusing on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) faced by the company. Strengths include diversified operations. Weaknesses include a decline in license and...
- Intel, SanDisk in flash pact. MacLellan, Andrew // Electronic News;10/23/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2088, p1
States that Intel and SanDisk have agreed to cross-license the full inventory of their respective flash memory patent portfolios. The possibility of averting legal conflict over patent rights in the future; The two different paths being pursued by the companies in the development of flash...
- Toshiba, SanDisk Move NAND to 90nm. // Electronic News;6/16/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 24, pN.PAG
Reports on a cell structure to be developed by Toshiba Corp. and SanDisk Corp. that allows the fabrication of four-gigabit NAND flash memory using 90nm design rules. Features of the memory cell; Advantage of the technology over other NAND memory cell structure.
- Toshiba touts 43-nm CMOS 16-Gb NAND flash. Mutschler, Ann Steffora // Electronic News;2/11/2008, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p28
The article reports on an announcement from Toshiba Corp. that it will ship 16- and 32-Gb single-chip flash memory, fabricated on its 43-nm process technology co-developed with SanDisk. Toshiba made clear that when in relation to memory density, Gb means 1,024x1,024x1,024 = 1,073,741,824 bits,...