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Re: The new generation of SD cards
Anand.Yaligar   5/23/2014 7:48:48 AM
Since the UHS-II standard SD cards have read/write speeds over 100Mb/s, this would come in handy for photography enthusiasts as well as the average mobile user. Also, they can be used in accordance with IOT devices. IOT device architectures are suffering from a good read/write control unit along with a buffer storage, which the UHS-II standard SD cards can provide; if its compatibility across various IOT architectures and memory availability can be increased (64 GB would be too low for an average IOT device).

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