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nonvolatile storage that can be electrically erased and programmed anew

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M-Systems' products include the DiskOnChip, DiskOnKey and Fast Flash Disk (FFD) product families.
In addition, the economics of these new flash drives combined with the increased capacities in standard form factors, greatly expand the applications among our historic flash disk customers in the industrial and defense markets, as well as addressing bandwidth intensive server and storage acceleration applications in a much broader emerging market previously the domain of HDD products.
SST also disclosed recently that it will provide its new high-performance ATA Flash Disk Controller to Apacer Technology Inc.
MUNICH, Germany -- msystems (NASDAQ:FLSH), a leader in smart personal storage, and Wincor Nixdorf, the leading European manufacturer of programmable electronic point of sale (POS) systems, today announced that Wincor Nixdorf will offer their BEETLE POS family with msystems' flash disk, mModule uDOC, as its solid state storage solution.
Supporting up to 640 MBytes of memory capacity, SST's ATA Flash Disk Controller is ideal for most embedded applications, such as thin-client systems, digital cameras, MP3 players and other digital consumer products requiring reliable and small footprint mass data storage.
With combined TrueFFS and DiskOnChip flash disk technologies, M-Systems' DiskOnChip family of Flash disk products have a burst read/write speed of up to 20 Megabytes per second, an endurance of one million write/erase cycles, advanced error correction/error detection, and are the most reliable Flash disk solutions in the market.
Navy application, the Adtron 16 GByte I25FB flash disk with commercial temperature media is being installed in the Local Control Panels (LOCOPs) by Woodward Governor Co.
com), a privately held California corporation, is the leading provider of rugged and high performance non-volatile solid state disk, flash disk drive, and network storage and management solutions.
We have seen a tremendous demand for a rugged high capacity flash disk at an attractive price," said Ofer Tsur, vice president of sales and marketing for M-Systems' embedded division.
With an operating range of -40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius, M-Systems' solid-state FFD flash disk complies with NEBS level 3, which is the highest standard for mission-critical telecommunications applications.
With an operating range of -40 degrees c to +85 degrees c, M-Systems' solid state FFD flash disk complies with NEBS level 3, which is the highest standard for mission-critical telecommunications applications.
Advances in the Adtron ArrayPro technology allows Adtron Flashpak(TM) devices to significantly outperform existing flash disk products," stated Alan Fitzgerald, Adtron chief technology officer.
In response to overwhelming market demand for fast and reliable Ultra320 SCSI data storage, BiTMICRO(R) Networks announced the delivery of an 80-pin version of the E-Disk(R) 3S320 -- the world's first Ultra320 SCSI solid state flash disk drive.
BiTMICRO's E-Disk(R) VME U320 SCSI Wide flash disk drives are now available in both conduction and convection-cooled versions.