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‘Future is in flash memory devices'

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HYDERABAD: SanDisk, a global major in flash memory cards announced that its most advanced, 64 GB flash drive would be launched in the Indian market very soon.

At a press meet to announce the launch of a 6-day ‘Memory Yatra' in twin cities to showcase its products, the company's Country Manager Manisha Sood said that globally SanDisk enjoyed a 26 per cent share of a market that was stated to grow at 40 per cent compared to last year.

She said that last year, 27 per cent of the mobile phones sold had memory cards. Making a presentation, Ms. Manisha traced the technological evolution of the company's products and how the company changed its name from SunDisk to SanDisk. The market was poised to grow at high rates, given the exponential increase in memory hungry applications.

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