The Next Generation Of SD Cards Can Store Up To 128TB Of Data

The Next Generation Of SD Cards Can Store Up To 128TB Of Data

The SD Association has announced a new standard of SD memory cards called SDUC, also known as SD Ultra Capacity.

SDUC allows a maximum data transfer rate of 985 megabytes per second. For comparison’s sake, current memory cards have a transfer rate of up to 100 megabytes per second.

The highest amount of storage a SDUC memory card can store is 128TB, which is 64 times more than the biggest memory card we have today – 2TB.

Although we’re still in the early stages of SDUC, we should be seeing the first SDUC memory cards hit the shelves in a few years. By then, Nintendo should have (hopefully) implemented support for SDUC on the Switch.

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