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Fujitsu hints at scale-out storage technology

Fujitsu aims to develop a platform for scale-out massive storage based on standard servers with PCIe-linked flash cards, ZDNet UK understands.Fujitsu Technology Solutions' chief technology officer, Joseph Reger, hinted at the plans on Wednesday when asked by ZDNet UK about the company's plans for using basic servers to take on some of the tasks commonly handled by networking equipment with custom silicon.

March 8, 2012 by

Panasonic touts mini flash cards

Electronics giant Matsushita Electric Industrial announced Tuesday that miniature versions of its Secure Digital memory card will be available in the United States starting in May. Matsushita is better known by its Panasonic brand.

February 24, 2004 by

Panasonic cuts price of SD memory cards

Panasonic on Tuesday slashed the price of its Secure Digital Memory Cards and plans this fall to more than double its output of the cards, which are postage stamp-sized pieces of flash memory used in digital cameras, handheld computers and MP3 players.The 16MB card has dropped from $70 to $40; the 32MB card from $100 to $60; and the 64MB card from $160 to $100.

July 9, 2001 by

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