SanDisk headquarters in Milpitas, California
|Founders||Eli Harari, Sanjay Mehrotra and Jack Yuan|
|Headquarters||Milpitas, California, United States|
USB flash drives
Portable media players
SanDisk is an American manufacturer of flash memory products, including memory cards and readers, USB flash drives, and solid state drives. As of February 2015[update], it is third-largest manufacturer of flash memory.  Sandisk's WiFi enabled wireless USB Flash drives are also quite popular among technology enthusiasts.
- In October 2005, Sandisk acquired Matrix Semiconductor.
- In July 2006, SanDisk acquired M-Systems.
- In May 2011, SanDisk acquired Pilant Technology, a manufacturer of solid state drives, for US$327 million.
- In February 2012, SanDisk acquired FlashSoft.
- In June 2012, SanDisk acquired Schooner Information Technology, developer of the flash-optimized database software SchoonerSQL and caching software Membrain.
- In July 2013, SanDisk acquired SMART Storage Systems, a producer of SSDs for the enterprise market, for US$307 million.
- In June 2014, Sandisk acquired Fusion-io, a producer of flash memory for enterprise datacenters, for $1.1 billion.
Other products and technologies
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- "SanDisk to Acquire Troubled Fusion-io for $1.2 Billion". Recode. Vox Media. Retrieved 3 August 2016.
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