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SanDisk has been expanding the possibilities of storage for more than 25 years. From a three-person start-up in Silicon Valley to a global brand with over 5,000 employees, we have maintained a consistent commitment to advancing technologies and anticipating our customers’ needs. Today, our storage products can be found in many of the world's largest data centers, in your favorite mobile devices and electronic products, and at hundreds of thousands of retail stores around the world. Our patent portfolio is consistently recognized as one of the strongest in the technology industry; we hold close to 5,000 patents worldwide, and we continue to innovate. With ongoing research into 3-D memory and advances that continue to reduce costs, increase capacities, and make new devices possible, we continue to transform the industry every day.
SanDisk new corporate headquarters.
SanDisk consolidates its global headquarters in Milpitas, California. The five building campus includes offices, labs, clean rooms, a cafetaria, an auditorium and an all hands meeting space. This is the first time that SanDisk has purchased real estate in the U.S.
Eli Harari retires from SanDisk and Sanjay Mehrotra is
appointed as President and CEO.
SanDisk’s founders in 2008. From left to right: Jack Yuan,
Eli Harari and Sanjay Mehrotra.
SanDisk opens its first office in China. The new Test and
Assembly plant in Shanghai provides manufacturing and assembly services as well as retail distribution to customers in the region.
News photographer, Don Frazier, sets up several cameras to capture the demolition of the Mississippi River bridge. Placed too close to the action, the cameras are destroyed but the cards survive.
The company marks this milestone of 15 years by ringing the opening bell at the NASDAQ stock exchange.
Eli Harari unveils the SanDisk Ultra CompactFlash card. The success of removable cards for digital cameras leads to the demise of film.
SanDisk holds its first patent awards luncheon to recognize key innovators within the company.
SanDisk goes public and starts trading on NASDAQ on Nov. 8, 1995.
The U.S. Space Shuttle blasts into space with a SunDisk Flash drive code-named "Rainbow." The ruggedness of Flash storage makes it ideal for extreme applications.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony for SunDisk’s new office on Jay Street in Santa Clara. Company headquarters are moved to Sunnyvale in 1996 and then to Milpitas, California in 2006.
IEEE meeting notice to hear Eli Harari disucss new market opportunities for Flash memory.
The company celebrates the holiday season.
The three founders of SunDisk Eli Harari, Jack Yuan and Sanjay Mehrotra. Sanjay becomes employee #3 by arriving at the new offices 15 minutes after Jack.