Irvine, CA – September 10, 2014 - Axiom, a leading provider of memory, storage, networking connectivity solutions, laptop batteries, and mobility lifestyle accessories announced the availability of the Axiom USB 3.0 flash drive. Designed for ultra-portable and flexible data connectivity with speeds up to 10 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives, and available in capacities up to 128GB of storage.
"The Axiom USB 3.0 flash drive offers improved performance over USB 2.0 drives while providing flexible capacity support," said Keith Patton, product manager, Axiom. "We are excited to be expanding our USB flash product line and provide users with an economical solution with faster access to content and data."
The Axiom 3.0 USB flash drives utilizes MLC NAND flash component wear-leveling and power-cycling enabling up to 10 years of data retention. Designed for the on-the-go mobile user delivering convenient storage wherever the content is needed.
Suggested retail pricing is as follows:
MSRP USB3FD008GB-AX $ 11 USB3FD016GB-AX $ 14 USB3FD032GB-AX $ 19 USB3FD064GB-AX $ 36 USB3FD128GB-AX $ 80
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Axiom, The OEM Alternative™, is the leading provider of customer-focused IT computing memory, storage and networking connectivity upgrade solutions. Pace-setting technologies, reliable computing and stringent manufacturing guidelines uniquely position Axiom to deliver the highest level of compatibility and consistency. Our advanced testing ensures that our products are 100-percent guaranteed compatible and comply with all industry standards. Headquartered in Irvine, California, Axiom is among the fastest growing memory, storage and fiber-optic connectivity product suppliers in the corporate market segment.
Dave Sutherland, Axiom