Flash Drive Data Recovery News – We have all heard of Sandisk for their range of USB Flash Drives, Compact Flash Cards and SD products. Little does the public really know, but SanDisk was actually one of the very first companies to release a Solid State Drive (SSD) into the mainstream market. Their first device “the U5000” appeared in 2007 with a storage capacity of 32GB. Immediately after, Sandisk decided not to really go after the SSD Market.
Sandisk decided to return to making Solid State Drive’s in 2011 with the launch of their Brand New “Ultra” series Solid State Drives.
Flash Drive Data Recovery News – In the early months of 2012, Sandisk released the “Extreme” series of SSD’s. As with the Ultra series solid state drives, the Extreme drives use a Sandforce controller but in this case it is the superfast Sandforce SF2281VB1-SDC with its 6Gb/s interface. The one thing that really sets this SSD apart is the fact that the actual on-board controller by Sandforce uses SanDisk’s custom coded “R112” firmware.
As we can see, Flash Memory is here to stay for good. Flash memory is now located inside of Compact Flash Cards, SD Card, SDHC Card, xD Card, MicroSD’s, Thumb Drives, Pen Drives, Memory Stick’s, flash drives, voice recorders, cell phones, SSD’s and the list just goes on and on. It is safe to say that Hard Drives are no longer necessary for data storage with the advancement in NAND Flash technology. Flash Drive Data Recovery is also a service that is now offered to all sorts of Customers that own any type of a Flash Memory Device. When it comes to Flash Drive Data Recovery, it is important to be able to do a direct data dump the from NAND Flash Memory Chips.
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