- News tagged "sandisk"
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015
The new SanDisk Dual USB Type-C flash drive is a nifty USB flash drive that features dual connectors for standard USB 3.0 and USB Type-C.
Monday, 9 Mar 2015
SanDisk has just announced a new all-flash storage platform called InfiniFlash that is targeted at enterprise use and big data applications, and costs as little as US$1 per gigabyte.
Monday, 2 Mar 2015
If you've always moaned that you need a bigger microSD card for your smart device, SanDisk has what you're looking for. Are you willing to pay the price though?
Thursday, 12 Feb 2015
The new SanDisk iXpand is a USB flash drive specially designed to allow owners of iOS devices to quickly share and even backup content on their devices.
Thursday, 18 Sep 2014
To help with the issue of large 4K video file sizes, SanDisk has come up with the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I card if you want to shoot 4K videos with your smartphone, tablet or action camera.
Monday, 1 Sep 2014
Flash memory giants SanDisk has just introduced the new Ultra II SSD, featuring new X3 NAND flash and nCache 2.0 technologies for better endurance and performance.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
SanDisk has just introduced the new Cruzer U USB flash drive for students. Available in bright, bold colors, the drives also features SanDisk' SecureAccess utility for added security.
Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014
SanDisk has just announced that it has acquired Fusion-io for US$1.1 billion in cash. The move signals SanDisk's determination to battle in the tightly-contested enterprise and flash data center market.
Tuesday, 3 Jun 2014
Engineered for gamers, PC enthusiasts, and media professionals who run graphics-intensive applications, the Extreme Pro SSD boasts sequential read speeds of 550MBps and write speeds of up to 520MBps, and features SanDisk's nCache Pro technology to optimize speed and endurance for heavy workloads.
Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014
Toshiba, in collaboration with SanDisk, have announced that they will begin production of 15nm NAND chips at the end of April. The new high density flash chips will enable higher storage mobile devices.