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Flash storage provider SanDisk Monday announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Fusion-io, a developer of flash-based PCIe hardware and software solutions, for $1.1 billion. Sanjay Mehrotra, SanDisk president and CEO, said in a statement that Fusion-io will accelerate his company's efforts to enable data centers that use flash-based storage.
SanDisk just doubled up and rolled out a 128GB microSD card. Calling it the “world’s largest capacity” expandable memory card, it’s the biggest in the company’s portfolio. Available exclusively through Best Buy and Amazon, this new gigantic microSD will run memory-hungry consumers $200.
SanDisk Corporation today announced the next generation of its iNAND Extreme embedded flash drive. Showing up so far in capacities up to in 64GB, iNAND Extreme presents a new architecture designed to optimize performance on smartphones under more and more pressure from muscular processors, high-resolution cameras and strenuous applications like 4K video.
Sprint has selected Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC to support the deployment of a next-generation network in the 2.5 GHz spectrum (3GPP Band 41) with Long Term Evolution Time Division Duplex (LTE-TDD) equipment.
4K video is barging its way into mobile devices regardless if their owners have any use for it. Acer has already claimed to be the first with a 4K-ready smartphone when it announced its Liquid S2 6-inch phablet. The much more anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 3 followed with a 4K sensor but it can’t actually play back the 4K videos at full-size. But that’s just one of the early limitations in the new mobile 4K world.
SanDisk Corporation today announced SanDisk Connect, a line of wireless flash memory storage devices including the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive and SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive. These new wireless devices provide a way to access and share content across multiple mobile devices.
SanDisk today announced a flash memory card that can be restricted to work only on certain handsets.
SanDisk announced that it has begun to send out sample 12GB microSDHC flash memory cards to handset manufacturers for testing and evaluation.