SDHC/SDXC memory cards to get 300 MB/s speeds thanks to new design

SDHC Kingston 32 ГбайтаThe first Ultra High Speed (UHS) interface SD memory cards, with transfer speeds of up to 95 MB/s, have barely been announced and already the SD Association is promising even higher performance with its new dual-row pin memory card design which will be part of the SD 4.0 specification.

According to the body defining the Secure Digital standard, the innovative design currently still in the works will be applied to SDHC and SDXC (and microSDHC, microSDXC) cards and enable them to reach speeds of up to 300 MB/s while maintaining backwards compatibility.

SD 4.0

"Our innovative dual-row pin design ultimately lets consumers using equipped products to manage the massive storage capacity found on SDXC memory cards at incredible speeds," said Norm Frentz, chairman of the SD Association. "SD can now support high definition video from Hollywood movie studios, television broadcasts, or HD videos taken on your latest vacation. SD is a very popular, extremely portable and easy-to-use storage medium that has enhanced the enjoyment and portability of music, photos and data. The Association remains committed to helping consumers maintain the value, usefulness and longevity of all of their SD products."

The SD 4.0 specifications are planned to be released in early 2011.

Source: TechConnect

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