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SSFDC (Solid State Floppy Disk Card) is a type of NAND flash memory card developed by Toshiba for use in computers and digital cameras. Toshiba established the SSFDC Forum, which included Sega Enterprises, in April 1996 to promote the format as an industry standard.
The format was sold under the name SmartMedia, and was used by Sega's Digio SJ-1 digital camera. SmartMedia cards and devices were manufactured until the early 2000s, after which competing formats such as Compact Flash and SD cards were more popular.