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CompactFlash 5.0, 144-petabyte capacity

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2010

The CompactFlash Association has announced a new 5.0 standard that will increase the addressing from 28 bits to 48, resulting in an explosive amount of storage gained. It means that the new format can hit 144-petabytes once flash technology catches up.

Also, photographers and videographers will be able take advantage of some new safeguards that guarantee a minimum level of performance while preventing dropped frames, especially in HD.

We don’t yet know when CF 5.0 cards will arrive on the market, but it will be awhile yet.

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