ExpressCard

Introduced: 2004

Description: New expansion module standard replacing PCMCIA, developed by the PCMCIA organization. Communications based on PCI-Express and USB 2.0. Will be available in two sizes, the smaller 34x75 mm, and the larger 54 x 75 mm. Previously known as 3GIO-M or NewCard.

Type: Communications [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Planned

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2004-05-04 PCMCIA Announces Details of New Compliance Program for ExpressCard Technology, the Hardware Expansion Standard for Desktop and Mobile Systems EET [rm]

2004-02-19 Tejas cooler on show at Intel Exhibition The Inquirer [rm]

2003-11-13 Intel Centrino 2 to offer 533MHz FSB - report The Register [rm]

2003-11-13 Intel Revises Centrino Plans: Adjust CPU Schedules, Postpones New Chipsets: Revolution Delayed Xbit Labs [rm]

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