Transcend debuts new SuperMLC microSD memory cards

Transcend debuts new SuperMLC microSD memory cards

Transcend has announced the release of a new line of microSD memory cards. They come with industrial-grade characteristics and feature SuperMLC technology, which makes them a cost-effective solution with performance close to that of SLC NAND flash memory. The memory cards have been designed for medical devices, POS terminals and surveillance systems and that’s why they feature high performance, excellent reliability and wide temperature tolerance – they can work at temperatures between -40°C and +85°C.

The new cards feature transfer speeds that can reach up to 95 MB/sec, which is double the speed of MLC flash chips. In addition to this the cards can sustain up to 30 000 P/E cycles, which makes them ten times more durable than MLC NAND flash chips. Moreover, they come with Advanced Error Correcting Code (ECC) and S.M.A.R.T. functionality, which ensure better reliability and self-monitoring capabilities for optimum performance and protection. The new cards are available in 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB capacities and come with a 2-year warranty.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Transcend

Related posts

HP intros ProBook 5330m, EliteBook 2560p, and EliteBook 2760p tablet

At the start of this week, HP announced a  few additions to its business notebook line - the 13.3-inch ProBook 5330m, the 12.5-inch EliteBook 2560p and the 2760p convertible tablet. Weighting just 3.9 pounds and less than 1-inch thick, the HP ProBook 5330m feature brushed aluminum chassis...

Nokia's Symbian Professional Services to be acquired by Accenture

Nokia and Accenture have entered into an agreement for Accenture to acquire Nokia's Symbian Professional Services unit responsible for Symbian OS customer engineering and customer support. The unit provides engineering consulting and product development services on a global basis to mobile...

Smash Brick – aim well!

Smash Brick is not a new idea and does not bring anything new to the table but this free Android game brings back fond memories… in case you’ve played the earlier versions of the same game dating back from the 1980s and 1990s. In case you haven’t here’s the deal – you must keep a ball in the...

Leave a comment