Corporations compete all the time, releasing more and more productive gadgets, with more and more memory available to the user and other advantages. Literally every week we hear that another company has achieved success in some particular area. For example, today it became known that Toshiba has released the fastest SDHC UHS-I memory chip. This chip is compatible with the format of memory cards such as SD Memory Card 3.0, and at the hardware level. In general, the developers claim that their chip is the fastest in the world in terms of data writing speed and reading speed. I note that this is no longer a concept or a single development, but a carrier that went on sale.
High-speed microSDHC with a capacity of 4, 8 and 16 gigabytes is now available on the market. It is clear that these memory cards can be used both in mobile devices and in laptops and other devices. Production of memory cards of this format has already been put on stream, so that soon all this will reach us. True, this will happen no earlier than this November, when sales of SDHC UHS-I will begin.
The company reports that the maximum write speed of data to the SDHC UHS-I card is 80 MB / s, the read speed is 95 MB / s. Developers are also planning on the basis of this memory card to create ultra-fast storage media, NAND-chips, which are designed for laptops and netbooks with SSD-drives.
SDHC UHS-I format memory cards for mobile devices are less productive than older brothers (or sisters?). In general, the write speed in the mobile version of the memory card is 20 MB / s, plus 40 MB / s read. Such memory cards, according to the developers, are ideal for recording video in HD-quality, placing high-resolution photos and other tasks that require productive memory.
It would be very nice if the developers really created SSD-drives based on this technology, such memory modules are very useful for creating more or less productive netbooks, the price of which will not be transcendent, comparable to productive notebooks. By the way, Toshiba also claims that on the basis of such chips it is possible to create drives with a rather significant memory size exceeding the memory capacity of devices released to the market in November.