Categories: Storage Media

  • flash memory for factory automation
    September 07, 2018
    Panasonic offers a wide array of storage solutions for your factory automation designs.
  • Panasonic datasheets at your fingertips
    February 21, 2018
    View, Bookmark and Share with the NEW Panasonic INDustrial App!Panasonic component and device specifications made easy, accessible, and shareable right from your mobile device!This App is available for both iOS and Android devices via the Apple and Google Play App stores. It allows users to search by part number or with as little as a 5-digit Series name. Here is everything there is to know to navigate the App successfully.
  • eMMC vs SD Cards
    June 16, 2017
    Different types of non-volatile storage media include EEPROM, Solid State Drives (SSD) and NAND-based devices like eMMC and SD Cards – but which solution is the best? This would depend on the application being designed. Form factor, price and performance are a few key attributes that have to be considered when designing one of these solutions into a product. Here is a quick comparison to consider between two storage media options: eMMC and SD Cards.
  • mass robotics
    November 18, 2016
    Panasonic has partnered with MassRobotics, an independent organization serving as a hub and accelerator program for Robotic start-up companies, located in Boston, MA. MassRobotics brings together innovative start-up companies and leading technology organizations, like Panasonic, to help nurture the next evolution of Robotics and also promote new talent, economic growth and innovation. For a full list of Partner companies, please visit
  • October 25, 2016
    When designing an application, the goals of quality and reliability are always a priority. If an application stops working prematurely – the associated brand will build a poor reputation quickly as well as incur additional costs for replacement products. A frequent culprit of short lived products are the SD cards designed into them. The lifetime of SD Cards can vary dramatically depending on differences in memory type, controller features and the host access pattern.
  • AEC-Q100 compliant SD cards
    September 08, 2016
    AEC-Q100 is a failure mechanism-based stress test qualification created by the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) for integrated circuits (IC). Qualified ICs are built to meet the intense reliability, quality and temperature demands of harsh environments. Specifications that must be met include a series of electrical, lifetime and reliability stress tests, as well as testing in various temperature ranges.    
  • Panasonic SD cards
    June 03, 2016
    Panasonic makes high quality SD Cards for demanding industrial and commercial applications. They are durable, safe, affordable, and it offers reliable storage memory alternatives. Panasonic SD cards have 4 notable advantages:
  • SD Cards: Memory Types Explained - Panasonic Blog
    June 03, 2015
    In our last blog post, we briefly touched on the different NAND memory types that are used in Panasonic SD card products.  In this post, we’ll be looking at each option with a little more depth.