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New Standard for Memory Card Format Proposed by Nikon, Sony and SanDisk

 

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SanDisk, Nikon and Sony announced the joint development of a set of specifications that addresses the future requirements of professional photography and video markets those will need significantly larger files. The three companies proposed the specifications to the CompactFlash® Association (CFA), the international standards organization, with the intent to standardize the format. The proposed specifications achieve data transfer rates of up to 500 megabytes per second (MB/sec) (theoretical maximum interface speed) using the highly versatile PCI Express interface.

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