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March 18, 2013, Osaka, Japan - Industrial Devices Company of Panasonic Corporation has commercialized the world's first Bridge LSI that connects UHS-II compliant SD cards with devices via PCI Express(*2).
|Product name||SD card bridge LSI|
|Sample shipment/ Mass production||Starts in March 2013/ August 2013|
|Sample price||Depends on the amount of your order|
|Production quantity/ month||1 million or more at the start of mass production|
UHS-II standard is the latest interface standard including communication speed for SD card, and allows data transfer at much faster speed than the current UHS-I standard. Recently, increase of both SD card compatible devices and high-capacity content such as video data is remarkable, resulting in increase of the capacity of SD cards. Therefore, it is demanded that data be read from SD card at high speed when transferring data to personal computer or other devices. Furthermore, it is strongly demanded that high-capacity data be written to SD card at high speed when shooting continuously with high resolution digital camera.
In order to meet such needs, this product conforms to the UHS-II standard, and offers 12 times faster data transfer than that of the existing popular high-speed standard and also 3 times faster than UHS-I standard, dramatically reducing read/write time for high-capacity data. In addition, the product supports the low-power consumption modes of each interface, allowing UHS-II compliant notebook PC, tablet terminal, and other mobile devices requiring low power consumption.
Personal computer, tablet, smart phone, digital still camera, digital video camera, security camera, combined printer, digital TV, Blu-ray recorder, HDD recorder, etc.
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