Thursday, November 16, 2006
SimpleTech Shows Single Chip Flash Drive
Santa Ana-based SimpleTech, a developer of memory and storage products, said today that it is now showing a single chip flash drive. The firm said its new drive integrates both NAND flash and both IDE or USB interfaces on a single chip, with support for 128MB to 4GB of memory. SimpleTech said it is offering its single chip device as an alternative to compact flash. The device is targeted at OEMs developing applications requiring flash memory.