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Micron releases 1.5TB microSD card: Recording video continuously for four months.
At Embedded World 2022 this week, Micron announced its new i400 series of microSD cards.
In general, new microSD cards from manufacturers aren’t big news, but Micron’s i400 series stands out for two things, the maximum capacity offered and its durability rating.
The capacity of the i400 series starts from 64GB and reaches a maximum of 1.5TB, which is by far the largest capacity microSD card on the market.
According to Micron, 1.5TB of storage is enough for a surveillance camera (resolution unknown) to record video continuously for up to four months.
The microSD card is also capable of processing up to 8 events per second, such as facial or license plate recognition, while recording 4K video.
Micron said that the i400 series microSD card uses 176-layer 3D NAND flash memory , which is an industrial-grade product.
At the same time, its continuous performance is optimized to achieve 7×24 continuous writing for five consecutive years, or 2 million hours of mean time to failure (MTBF). ).
Micron did not provide performance data for the i400 series of microSD cards, but the series supports U3, A2 and Class 10 data transfer speeds except for the 128GB that supports U1, A2 and Class 10 data transfer speeds.
Additionally, the i400 series microSD cards operate at temperatures between -25 and 85 degrees Celsius.
Pricing and availability of the i400 series of microSD cards are not yet known, but Micron has already provided samples to customers.
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