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SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK), a global leader in flash memory storage solutions, today highlighted its efforts to enhance the mobile user experience through its close collaboration with key industry partners. Here at the world’s largest mobile industry gathering, SanDisk will be describing its close working relationships with
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI), among others.
“SanDisk works to ensure its NAND flash memory products are tightly integrated with products from all major chipset vendors and mobile operating system developers to ensure the best possible mobile user experience,” said Yoram Zylberberg, senior director, Embedded Memory Business. “Focusing on tight integration with the mobile community and standards bodies helps produce an optimized mobile solution. As a result, iNAND™ embedded flash memory is included on a majority of leading mobile chipset reference designs and is the reason why we have such great support from our industry partners here at Mobile World Congress.”
More information about SanDisk’s work with partners to enhance full system mobile performance is available at
Mobile World Congress Hall 8, booth number 8B91.
SanDisk has developed its embedded product line to meet the diverse needs of end users in the mobile handset, tablet and consumer electronics segments. The company’s
iNAND embedded flash memory technology is incorporated into many leading smartphone and consumer electronics products, while its iNAND Ultra™ products are built into devices from the makers of most major smartphones. In addition, high-performance iNAND Extreme™ embedded flash memory technology is currently being tested on all major Windows 8 development platforms – including Windows 8 and Windows Phone (see companion
news release also issued today).
“The work SanDisk does to understand actual usage scenarios contributes to a better user experience,” said Mike Rayfield, GM mobile business unit of NVIDIA. “When combined with our processors and chipsets, this knowledge is invaluable to driving innovation in mobile devices.”