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Flash Media

USB Drives

Of all the myriad formats available, the USB Flash Drive is by far the most common Flash Memory device in the portable storage arena. Available in a wide variety of capacities and form factors, the USB Drive combines all the best features of a DVD-R and a portable hard disk, in a small, easy to carry and highly robust package. The majority of USB drives are used by consumer portable storage and secondarily as low cost promotional media. However, the low cost and high capacity of the newer USB drives as well as the common use of USB ports for loading content on electronic gadgets such as phones and GPS devices are adding a high level of sophistication to the USB content loading process. And FlashRite, with its state-of-the-art equipment, engineering expertise and large production capacity is the ideal Enterprise partner for these new USB content requirements.

eMMC and iNAND Devices

Many electronic devices such as cell phones use fixed ( i.e. soldered in place ) Flash memory chips called eMMC and iNAND IC's. These devices are very small in size and not easily handled. Flashrite is capable of content loading devices using specialized duplication equipment.

SD & microSD Flash Cards

The SD card and its smaller brother, the microSD card, are the standard portable Flash media used in cell phones and cameras. The functionality as well as the mechanical specifications of these cards is better defined than USB drives and they are used in a wide variety of electronic equipment requiring a standard Flash form factor. FlashRite offers extensive support and capacity for all Secure Digital formats, including product selection, sourcing, duplication, labeling and packaging.

Solid State Drives (SSD)

A solid state drive (SSD) is a data storage device that uses solid-state memory to store persistent data. SSD's are replacing many moving media hard disk drives (HDD's), where the SSD high performance and high reliability are worth the additional initial cost. SSD's come in a wide variety of new form factors in addition to the 3.5" and 2.5" standard form factors of HDD's. Flashrite is capable of loading content on PATA, SATA, and SAS SSD's using duplicators that are extremely fast and reliable.

Compact Flash Cards (CF)

Compact Flash (CF) is the original removable flash memory specification. At approximately 1 ½ inches square, the CF is substantially larger than SD or microSD cards. Nonetheless, CF is still a robust format, as it is electronically compatible with the parallel ATA standard used by many embedded computers as their primary storage medium. CF cards find wide use in kiosk applications, medical devices and other industrial electronic instruments. FlashRite actively supports CF duplication and can supply CF media, packaging, etc.

Hard Disk Drives (HDD)

A hard disk drive (HDD) is a non-volatile, random access device for digital data. It features rotating rigid platters on a motor-driven spindle within a protective enclosure. Data is magnetically read from and written to the platter by read/write heads that float on a film of air above the platters. Flashrite is capable of loading content on PATA, SATA, and SAS 's using duplicators that are extremely fast and reliable.

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