Tech companies lay the groundwork for staggeringly huge 128TB SD cards
The base amount of flash storage in most decent laptops these days is 128GB. Smartphones normally start at 16GB and go all the way up to 512GB, while the most commonly-bought SD cards are still 16GB.
But none of those boring facts are stopping the SD Association, a 900-strong group of tech companies that develop the SD card standards, from looking at the future. Yesterday, the group released a white paper outlining a new SD Express and SD Ultra Capacity (SDUC) standards, which could one day allow for SD cards with 128TB of storage.
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