Xylon incorporates SD capability into new designs21 December 2011 11:44:35
The growing popularity of SD cards and their importance to smartphones and tablet devices is meaning many technological firms are producing products and solutions to accommodate them.
Xylon has become the latest developer to announce that a new product has been adapted to enable "easier integration" of SD cards.
The logiSDHC SD Host Controller IP core package has been modified to include FatFs generic file system, that will give product designers the option of adding mass storage capabilities to any products which are based around the company's Xilinx system.
Xylon has stated that this will allow users to browse through media stored on an SD card via a digital photo album.
This follows the announcement that SanDisk, Sony, Samsung, Toshiba and Panasonic were collaborating to produce the next generation of SD cards.
The organisations will pool their resources to produce SD cards which are capable of handling extremely large amounts of data such as high definition recordings.
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