SanDisk is a multinational corporation that designs, develops, manufactures, and markets data storage solutions in the United States and internationally. The company offers removable cards, which are used in various applications and consumer devices, including digital cameras, camcorders, smartphones, tablets, and e-readers under the SanDisk Ultra, SanDisk Extreme, and SanDisk Extreme PRO brands; and embedded products that are used in mobile phones, tablets, notebooks, and other portable and wearable devices as well as in automotive and connected home applications under the brand name, iNAND.
The company also provides solid state drives (SSDs) for client computing applications, including desktop and notebook computers, tablets, and other computing devices; and enterprise SSD solutions as well as universal serial bus flash drives for use in the computing and consumer markets. In addition, the company offers digital media players under the Sansa brand; wireless media and flash drive products under the SanDisk Connect brand; and memory wafers and components.
Type
Subsidiary
HQ
Milpitas, US
Founded
1988
SanDisk was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Milpitas, US

SanDisk Office Locations

SanDisk has offices in Milpitas, Taipei, Atlanta, Salt Lake City and in 20 other locations
Milpitas, US (HQ)
951 Sandisk Dr
Chandler, US
2600 West Geronimo Place Building One, Suite 140
Edinburgh, GB
Suite 2/1 Links House 15 Links Place East
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SanDisk Data and Metrics

SanDisk Summary

Founding Date

1988
SanDisk is a subsidiary of Western Digital Corporation

SanDisk Financial Metrics

SanDisk's revenue was reported to be $5.6 b in FY, 2015 which is a 16% decrease from the previous period.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

6.2 b6.6 b5.6 b

Revenue growth, %

7%(16%)

Cost of goods sold

3.3 b3.6 b3.3 b

Gross profit

2.9 b3.1 b2.3 b
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

986.2 m809 m1.5 b

Accounts Receivable

682.8 m842.5 m618.2 m

Inventories

757 m698 m809.4 m

Current Assets

4.7 b4.2 b5.7 b
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Net Income

1 b1 b388.5 m

Accounts Receivable

(51.1 m)(118.6 m)224.9 m

Inventories

23.3 m136.4 m(110.3 m)

Cash From Operating Activities

1.9 b1.7 b1 b
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SanDisk Operating Metrics

FY, 2014FY, 2015

Backlog

$305 m$301 m

Patents (US)

3.55 k

Patents (foreign)

2.25 k

Patents Pending

1.3 k
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SanDisk Revenue Breakdown

SanDisk Median Salaries

Source: 623 public H-1B filings from SanDisk

Traffic Overview of SanDisk

SanDisk Online and Social Media Presence

SanDisk News and Updates

SanDisk’s 400GB microSD card is an Android phone’s best friend

 SanDisk has a new record-breaking microSD coming to market, which will deliver so much storage you might be at a loss as to what to do with it all. The new 400GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card is the world’s highest capacity card of its type, and is ideally suited for use in Android smartphones…

SanDisk just released the world's biggest microSD card

SanDisk just announced its biggest microSD card yet—but it doesn't come cheap.  The world's first 400GB microSD starts shipping in September, and will set you back $249.99 SEE ALSO: Drug cartels are now using hulking drones to smuggle goods over the border The new microSD with adapter is good fo…

SanDisk's new iXpand Base charges your phone and backs it up at the same time

Everyone wants their iPhone backed up, but no one wants to take the time to actually do it.  SanDisk's iXpand Base tries to solve that problem by backing up your phone every time you charge it.   SEE ALSO: Siri-powered wireless charging dock could be the iPhone's ultimate companion First, you'll…

SanDisk announces world's first enormous 1TB memory card

Need more space? SanDisk has you covered. At the Photokina 2016 photography show on Monday, the leading flash memory products manufacturer revealed a prototype of a mindblowingly spacious one-terabyte (ir 1,000 GB) SDXC memory card. SEE ALSO: GoPro finally shows off its foldable Karma drone, and…

SanDisk’s 1TB SD card has more storage than my computer

 Higher resolution is making for larger video and images, but luckily, flash memory capacity seems to be keeping pace. A new SDXC card from SanDisk unveiled today has 1TB of space available, which basically means you can put t in a camera and essentially forget it even has a storage cap at all. The …

SanDisk’s new insanely fast microSD cards can hold 14 hours of 4K video

If you’re into shooting 4K video, you’ll probably be really into the newest microSD cards from SanDisk which can hold 14 hours of footage and transfer info insanely fast. The SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card not only has an insane capacity (seriously, 14 hours of 4K footage!), it can transfer your…

SanDisk Company Life and Culture

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