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Tuesday, December 28, 2004
TRAXDATA Launches RS-MMC and miniSD PRO


Traxdata introduces the smallest memory cards ever created with the greatest performance.

The new Traxdata RS-MMC and Traxdata miniSD PRO are highly integrated flash memory cards based on innovations in semiconductor technology. These cards are specifically designed to meet the performance, capacity, ruggedness, and size demanded from newly emerging audio and video consumer electronic devices.

Traxdata RS-MMC? and Traxdata miniSD? PRO are based on an advanced interface that enables excellent data transfer performances. The new Traxdata miniSD? PRO provides reading speeds up to 10MB per second and writing speeds up to 8MB per second. In addition it provides cryptographic security to protect copyrighted data. Traxdata RS-MMC? and Traxdata miniSD? PRO also feature low power consumption. Both cards are non-volatile, which means that they do not require power to retain the data stored. They are solid-state devices, so they have no moving parts to skip or fail.

These convenient and removable flash memory cards of such small dimensions are a perfect choice of storage medium for portable devices such as digital cameras, MP3 Walkman, PDA?s, Smart Phones or any other applications that require high mobility and high reliability.

Both series, Traxdata RS-MMC? and Traxdata miniSD? PRO, will be soon available in capacities of 128MB, 256MB and 512 MB. Prices will vary depending on storage capacity.

Traxdata RS-MMC features

  • Complies with MultiMediaCard? System Specifications
  • SPI interface supported
  • Very low power consumption
  • Zero power data retention
  • Power requirements: 2.7 to 3.6 volts
  • Operating temperature: -25 to 85?C
  • Storage temperature: -40 to 85?C

Traxdata miniSD? PRO features

  • Complies with SD Memory Card Specifications
  • Cryptographic security for protection for copyrighted data
  • Very low power consumption
  • Zero power data retention
  • Power requirements: 2.7 to 3.6 volts
  • Operating temperature: -25 to 85?C
  • Storage temperature: -40 to 85?C

Conrexx Technology B.V. is the European subsidiary of RITEK Corporation, the world's largest optical media manufacturer. In Europe, RITEK markets its products with the Traxdata brand name. Traxdata has become a leading brand in optical storage media, selling more than 35 million units of CD/DVD-R a month. The Traxdata product portfolio includes: CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, Flash Memory products, compatible ink cartridges and portable storage appliances. Visit www.traxdata.com for more information.



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