|By Business Wire||
|July 17, 2014 09:41 PM EDT||
Toshiba Corporation’s (TOKYO:6502) Semiconductor & Storage Products Company today announced that it will start the sales of SDHC memory cards with embedded wireless LAN communications for third-party solution providers.
Toshiba: SDHC Memory Card with Embedded Wireless LAN Communications for Developers of Business Products (Photo: Business Wire)
The new product, THNSW008GAA-B(QB6) has the same hardware composition as “FlashAir™”, the SDHC memory card with embedded wireless LAN communications, currently available in the consumer market. Since the card itself has embedded wireless LAN and web server functions, its insertion into an SDHC memory card slot adds wireless functions to various devices.
With API (Application Programming Interface) information openly available in the “FlashAir Developers” website, business users can develop their own apps or set up their own configuration to adapt the card for various devices.  The card is compliant with the iSDIO standard, making it possible for a host that meets the standard to control its wireless LAN functionality.
There are no labels or marking on the front side in order for solutions providers to freely design the label, while the reverse side is imprinted with the wireless certification information of the USA, Canada, Europe and Japan.
Key Specifications of the New Product
|Capacity||8GB (User Area: Approx. 7.2GB)|
|Speed Class||Class 10|
SD Memory Card Standard Ver.4.00
|Wireless LAN Standard||IEEE802.11 b/g/n|
|Wireless LAN Security||WEP, TKIP, AES(WPA, WPA2)|
|External Dimensions||32.0mm (L) × 24.0mm (W) × 2.1mm (T)|
|Countries/Territories Where the Card is Certified ||Japan, USA, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Malta, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Singapore, India, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam, South Africa, Russia|
 Although the new product, THNSW008GAA-B(QB6), has the same hardware configuration as “FlashAir™”, it cannot use “FlashAir™” apps released by Toshiba. Please visit the “FlashAir™ Developers” website for details of developing apps and services. (https://www.flashair-developers.com/en/)
 Please inquire on certification of other countries, territories or regions. To sell the card in countries, territories or regions where use is not certified, solution providers will need to apply for certification.
* FlashAir™ is trademark of Toshiba Corporation.
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Memory New Business Development Department
Information in this document, including product prices and specifications, content of services and contact information, is current on the date of the announcement but is subject to change without prior notice.
Toshiba Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 company, channels world-class capabilities in advanced electronic and electrical product and systems into five strategic business domains: Energy & Infrastructure, Community Solutions, Healthcare Systems & Services, Electronic Devices & Components, and Lifestyles Products & Services. Guided by the principles of The Basic Commitment of the Toshiba Group, “Committed to People, Committed to the Future”, Toshiba promotes global operations towards securing “Growth Through Creativity and Innovation”, and is contributing to the achievement of a world in which people everywhere live in safe, secure and comfortable society.
Founded in Tokyo in 1875, today’s Toshiba is at the heart of a global
network of over 590 consolidated companies employing over 200,000 people
worldwide, with annual sales surpassing 6.5 trillion yen (US$63 billion).
To find out more about Toshiba, visit www.toshiba.co.jp/index.htm
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