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PCcardsDirect announces their New Enhanced Controller Technology adopted by all branches of the Military

PCcardsDirect’s New Enhanced Controller Technology replaces older discontinued SiliconSystems cards and some older SanDisk Industrial Flash cards no longer available.

This much anticipated launch of PCcardsDirect’s New Enhanced Controller will offer many companies and Military branches a long awaited solution for their Industrial Flash Card requirements. The military recently approved the PCDATA002GI-H for use in helicopters.

PCcardsDirect is offering this New Enhanced Controller in a variety of their product offerings. Including; CompactFlash, PCMCIA ATA, and SD Cards.

CompactFlash cards are used in medical devices such as external heart monitors, cameras, surveying, test and measurement equipment and at energy companies in a variety of equipment. CompactFlash cards are also used in Radio and Television to distribute content. Movie studios use CF Cards to distribute Trailers to Media Outlets. Certain SkyCam models at sporting events use these CF Cards to control onboard functions. Energy companies such as Coal Power Plants will use CF Cards for data storage in their equipment.

PCMCIA cards are still the standard in farming, networking, CNC machining, aircraft systems and used widely by the military who recently approved the PCDATA002GI-H for use in the Sikorsy UH-60M helicopter.

SD Cards also known as Secure Digital Cards, are excellent for use in land surveying equipment from many brands including Leica.

With over 15 years of experience, PCcardsDirect has set the standard in Industrial Flash Card Solutions. As a leading producer of SLC temperature cards, rated at -40°C~+85°C, for over 15 years. Their industrial flash cards support a 1500G Shock rating, in capacities ranging from 16MB to 256GB. In such form factors as: PCMCIA ATA, Compactflash, SD Secure Digital, IDE, SATA SSD Drives and Industrial USB.

For a limited time PCcardsDirect is offering their “Flash Memory Guide” free in the App Store.

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