What’s the difference between one memory card and another? An Introduction

Choosing the right memory card for your application, whether as a consumer or OEM designer/manufacturer, is a big decision. Failing to secure the right memory for your application/device can result in under-performance.

Ignoring the size difference between an SD and microSD memory card, it’s fair to say that most cards look the same. But as is often the case, looks can be deceiving and it’s what is on the inside that really counts.

Simply spending lots of money, on a well-known brand, isn’t the answer. Size, format, read/write speeds, storage capacity, operating environment, reliability, performance, longevity, brand and price, are just some considerations.

Flash memory is a complex subject and can be overwhelming, but not if you collaborate with Cardwave. You will not find a better partner to serve you and guide you through all the different options which are available in the market. Call us today to discuss your requirements.

A leading expert in the sector, with 15 years experience working with top OEMs, our business is understanding your business. We have strategic partnerships with all the principal flash memory manufacturers, and are perfectly placed to deliver the right solution, at the right price. We ask all the right questions to fully understand your requirements before taking you through a well-established process that culminates in a recommendation.

Any company can have great products or a great value proposition, but it’s the company culture and DNA that makes the customer experience: values; ethics; loyalty; care; effort; diligence and most importantly, a desire from all the team to please and deliver a perfect solution tailored to suit you.

Over the coming weeks we hope to demystify the enigma that is memory cards by exploring what makes one memory card different to another. Part 1 of ‘SD memory cards – it’s what’s on the inside that counts’ will be all about size. And size really does matter when it comes to memory cards!

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Part 1: Size Matters

Part 2: Need for Speed