Industry Hoping to Set Flash Memory Standard
Sep 13, 2007, 10:08 AM by (staff)
A number of companies, including Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson, have teamed together in an effort to create a standard for removable flash memory. They are petitioning the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association to adopt a specification called Universal Flash Storage. The specification aims to forge a universal memory solution for consumer electronics, such as mobile phones, that provides faster access to large media files, lower power consumption, and alleviates the need for memory card adaptors.
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