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Samsung announces high speed UFS cards…

Samsung announces high speed UFS cards…

Last day, Samsung Electronics which is World’s leading brand in manufacturing advanced memory technology unveiled industry’s first tiny memory card that could leave microSD cards in dust. These new kind of memory cards are called Universal Flash Storage (UFS).
UFS 2.0 is the internal storage standard that is designed to replace the more common, and slower, e-MMC standard. Samsung used UFS 2.0 memory for the first time on the Galaxy S6. In terms of random reading, UFS cards are 5 times faster than microSD cards.
Read speed: UFS up to 530MB/s vs MicroSD up to 100MB/s
Write speed: UFS up to 170MB/s vs MicroSD up to 90MB/s
Random read (Input Output Per Second): UFS up to 40,000 IOPS vs MicroSD up to 1,800 IOPS
Random write: UFS up to 35,000 IOPS vs MicroSD up to 500 IOPS.
UFS standard supports SCSI (small computer system interface) transfer architecture which lets the card accept parallel commands with command queuing feature. It will also support simultaneous reading and writing via use of separately dedicated paths thereby doubling the throughput.
There are two benefits to using UFS compared to traditional storage solutions: it can read and write at the same time and it can manage and reorder tasks more efficiently thanks to a command queue feature.
UFS cards come with a different sort of contact points as compared to a regular microSD card and are not compatible with microSD card slots. The cards come in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage capacities. The prices for these cards have not yet been revealed.

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