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CompactFlash Cards to Get Bigger, Faster

The CompactFlash Association announced a specification that could someday allow memory cards to hold up to 144PB (petabytes). The CF5.0 spec also permits faster data transfer via 48-bit commands, reduces performance degradation over time, and enables a & video performance guarantee& feature, the organization says....
 
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