The JEDEC published the UFS Card 1.0 specification back in mid-2016, and shortly after that Samsung introduced its UFS cards with 32, 64, 128, and 256 GB capacities. In the meantime, neither Samsung nor any other maker of electronics has introduced a device supporting such cards. The situation may change in the coming quarters as at least two developers of controllers — JMicron and Silicon Motion — are about to launch their UFS to USB bridge solutions for card readers. Silicon Motion already offers its clients the SM3350 USB 3.1 - UFS 2.1 bridge (UFS Card 1.0 is a part of the UFS 2.1 spec) as well as the SM2750 and SM2752 UFS 2.1 device controllers required to build UFS memory cards and embedded storage...

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