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555 N. Mathilda Avenue #220
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
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Sales/Marketing: Blaine Phelps


Business description: M-Systems develops, manufactures and markets innovative data storage solutions based on flash memory for markets, such as mobile phones, PDAs, set-top boxes, embedded systems, military/rugged applications, PCs and laptops. We have secured a list of design wins that is impressive both in quantity and quality. In addition to our OEM partners, we have strong strategic partnerships with leading flash suppliers, such as Toshiba, Samsung, AMD and Saifun. Our family of flash-based data storage products includes both removable and non-removable storage media in a wide range of capacities, interfaces, form factors and technologies: DiskOnChip® - a high-performance, single-chip flash disk, offering a fast, cost-effective and compact solution for applications with limited space, such as smart phones and connected devices (capacity: 16MByte-1GByte). DiskOnKey® - a universal, pocketable, pen-sized, secure data storage device that connects directly to any laptop or PC Universal Serial Bus (USB) port (capacity: 16MByte-1GByte). Fast Flash Disk (FFD™) - an advanced solid-state disk, designed for military, aerospace and network infrastructure applications that require highly reliable and durable data storage with superior read/write performance (capacity: 32MByte-90GByte).
Customers include: ACERAppleCompaqHPIBMIomegaMicrosoftMotorolaNortelPhilipsSamsungSONY;  FujiFilm;  I-O Data;  Mitac;  SaabTech;  Wyse
Partners include: BroadcomIntelMaxtorMcAfee MicrosoftNeoMagicSamsungSharpTexas Instruments;  Emblazen Semiconductor;  Memorex;  Renesas Technology;  U.S. OEM;  Yulong Telecom

Ownership: Private  

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Record updated: Oct 2005
Sector: Storage
Year Founded: 1989
Headcount: 301-400 as of Jan 2004
Ownership: Private