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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