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Controllers: The Unsung Heroes in Achieving A2

15th May 2018

Article by Rex Kuo, Senior Product and Project Engineer at Phison Electronics Corp, courtesy of the SD Association 

All the buzz about A2’s stellar performance specifications would be for nothing without controllers guiding the promise into reality.

The brain is arguably the most important organ in the human body, managing and directing the function of all other systems, and turning the body’s collection of cells into a symphony of living matter.

While our neocortex and limbic brain get all the glory – controlling the elements that make us human, such as logic and creativity, emotion and memory – the reptilian brain regulates everything else, including our heart rate, our breathing, and our very consciousness, allowing all other aspects of the body to perform at their highest level.

Controllers are like the reptilian brains of the SD and microSD memory card—the unsung heroes responsible for commanding all core operations and ensuring the highest caliber of performance.

Read the full article on the SD Association website here.

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