Memory Card Logs In As Market’s Fastest

Apacer calls its CFexpress the world's fastest and smallest memory card. Suitable for 4K or 8K UHD image processing and recognition applications, the card is compliant with the CFA industrial CFexpress 1.0 specification. The CFexpress Type B, adopts industrial-grade 3D TLC NAND flash memory and -40°C to +85°C, industrial-grade wide-temperature ICs from original manufacturers. Its PCIe NVMe Gen3x2 interface offers transfer speeds up to three to four times higher than SDXC and CFast2.0, giving it theoretical transmission performance of up to 2 GB/s. The high-performance, compact and removable features of CFexpress fully meet the requirements of high-definition image processing and recognition applications.

 

The PCIe Gen3x2 high-speed SSD solution meets the next-generation NVMe 1.3 specification for optimal access performance. IOPS read/write and continuous read/write speeds can reach 240,000/180,000 and 1,600/1,000 MB/s. The company currently offers M.2 2280, M.2 2242 and high-speed memory card CFX options. For more details, visit Apacer.

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