PMA 2004: Pretec has today announced the world's highest speed CF card with capacities ranging from 256MB to 6GB. The cards have a sustained read speed of 13MB/s and write speed of 12MB/s, Pretec Cheetah series CF card is the highest speed CF card on earth. If using the speed of 150KB/s as 1X performance benchmark, the write speed of Pretec Cheetah CF card is categorized as 80X. Pretec 80X Cheetah CF card will start sampling this month and delivery by the end of March.
World's Highest Speed CF Card Pretec 80X Cheetah CompactFlash
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 12, 2004--Pretec Electronics Corp., the 2nd company in the world offering CompactFlash memory card (CF) card since 1995, is demonstrating the world's highest speed CF card at Pretec booth #H71 of PMA show here at Las Vegas Convention Center.
With write speed more than double the leading brand's high speed CF card in the market today, users of Pretec CF cards can enjoy the exciting multimedia experience in applications such as high resolution digital cameras, where faster write speed means lower set-up time between pictures. Tested with WA(1) enabled Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n (under current firmware), the industry's highest resolution (14 mega-pixels) digital SLR camera, which displays the write speed of the CF card, Pretec Cheetah CF card scores at 4.9MB/s; while SanDisk Ultra II/Extreme (write speed 9MB/s) is displayed at 2.9MB/s and Lexar Media WA enabled 40X (write speed 6MB/s) is at 4.2MB/s.
With sustained read speed of 13MB/s and write speed of 12MB/s, Pretec Cheetah series CF card is the highest speed CF card on earth. If using the speed of 150KB/s as 1X performance benchmark, the write speed of Pretec Cheetah CF card is categorized as 80X. Capacities ranging from 256MB to 6GB, the introduction of the high performance CF card address the growing need of higher density and faster speed data storage in leading-edge products and systems. Pretec 80X Cheetah CF card will start sampling this month and delivery by the end of March.
Pretec has been consistently demonstrated the highest capacity CF card
in the world from 64MB (10/1998) to 6GB (3/2003), with higher capacity
to be announced soon. In addition to the excellent track record of Pretec's
relentless pursuit of innovation towards higher capacity and higher performance,
Pretec has also established the reliability reputation by becoming the
first CF card supplier in the world which can provide industrial and military
grade rugged CF cards constructed with precision mechanics, full metal
protection, sustain a wide range working temperature (-40C to approximately
+125C) and offer an ultimate level of data protection and security features.
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