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Archive for November 2015

Cardwave blog: sharing industry and market news, product reviews and launches, opinions, case studies/testimonials, and posts on our community interest and support.

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Picture This: How to Select the Right Photography Memory Card

27th November 2015

Learn about the capabilities you should take into account when shopping for your next memory card By:Tom Ando, general manager for Canon Inc. ...

A Guide to Flash Memory

11th November 2015

Imagine if every morning, when you woke up, you had forgotten everything. Your brain had switched off whilst you were asleep and ...

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Job Vacancy – Customer Service Account Manager

9th November 2015

Cardwave is offering an exciting new opportunity to join its team as a Customer Service Account Manager. You will foster the relationship ...

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Alzheimer’s Research UK to benefit from Cardwave’s November charity donation

6th November 2015

Alzheimer’s Research UK will benefit this month from Cardwave’s £100 donation. The charity was chosen by Louise Thicker, one of our Production ...

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The Next Frontier: New Applications for SD Memory Cards

2nd November 2015

By: Janice Chiu, a board member of the SD Association and the Director of Expandable Storage Team at Silicon Motion Inc. SD memory ...

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Raspberry Pi

Cardwave are delighted to be recognised by the Raspberry Pi Foundation for being a valued partner and supplier. We have enjoyed a close business relationship with the foundation since the massively successful launch of the Raspberry Pi in early 2012. Cardwave works with memory distributor, Xel Electronics, who supply Samsung SD cards to Premier Farnell and RS Components, two of the companies authorised by the charity to supply the Raspberry Pi. We are pleased to work with the foundation again on this superb SD card offering. Visit website

"Partnering on another great offering from Raspberry Pi"

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