Product Releases

Digital Memory Cards

Tue, 10/30/2001 - 8:03am
To meet the growing consumer demand for greater storage capacity for data, video and audio files, Toshiba America Electronic Components (TAEC) announced the introduction of a 128 megabyte (MB) Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card. The new SD Memory Card complements Toshiba's line of solid state storage solutions which also includes the CompactFlash™ and SmartMedia™ form factors, bringing original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers a range of to meet their removable storage requirements.

Designated the SD-M1280, the 128MB SD Memory Card includes two of Toshiba's 512 megabit (Mb) NAND flash memory devices, manufactured using Toshiba's 0.16-micron (mm) process technology. Designed for use in wireless and portable communications devices including personal digital assistants (PDAs), cellular phones, handheld PCs, digital still and video cameras, MP3 players, car navigation systems, and electronic books, the 128MB SD Memory Card stores up to four hours of music or 40 minutes of video.

Toshiba's 128MB SD Memory Cards leverage the company's security technology to provide key enhancements over traditional flash cards such as cryptographic security, improved protection of copyrighted data, high data transfer rate for fast copy/download, and high storage capacity.


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