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RIDATA SMART Compact Flash Card Unveiled

Advanced Media Inc recently unveiled the RIDATA SMART CompactFlash Card at CES 2008 which claim to be one of its kind.

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Advanced Media Inc recently unveiled the  RIDATA SMART CompactFlash Card  at CES 2008 which claim to be one of its kind. The high-speed card can alert users in real time to protect vital information and would be  available in  two series : 'Supreme 150X  series (up to 8GB capacity-SLC format)'  and the 'Lightning  series (up to 16GB MLC format)'.

The RIDATA SMART CompactFlash Card has a maximum endurance of 100,000 times of program/erase cycles and the card  conforms to the CompactFlash Association standard, the PC Card standard and is PC Card ATA and true IDE Mode compatible

'We are pleased to introduce the RIDATA SMART CompactFlash Card, which is the first of its kind in the industry,' stated Harvey Liu, Advanced Media president. 'The flash memory market is growing quickly due to the number of new applications that use flash media for storage. As capacity continues to increase, RIDATA saw the need for an internal data monitoring system to ensure the safety of your data.'

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