The CompactFlash
Association

The CompactFlash® Association was established in 1995 by a group of international companies and is now focused on the common goal of creating industry standards for flash-based memory cards to support the current and future high performance needs of professional imaging, video and industrial markets.

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ABOUT THE CFA

The CompactFlash Association focuses on the development of the specifications, compliance testing processes and tools, as well as conduct marketing activities to promote CFA products, technology and associated applications. Today, the CompactFlash Association has approximately 80 member companies involved in the design, development, manufacture or sale of products using CFA specifications and technologies.

Executive Members:

NEWS & MEMBER ACTIVITY

See below for recent news and activities from the CompactFlash Association and its members. 
[Members are invited to submit their articles to the marketing committee for inclusion.]

THE COMPACTFLASH ASSOCIATION OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:

  • Development of current and future specifications
  • Management and development of compliance specifications and tools
  • Promotion of technology and usage models
  • Ensure compatibility for users of all CFA product types

BECOME A MEMBER

Join the CompactFlash Association either as an Executive member or an Affiliate member. Only members may access CFA specifications, logos and trademarks.

Executive members lead the direction for the CFA, including development of new specifications and having voting rights on all technical and marketing issues.  Executive Members are eligible for Board of Directors and committee chair positions.

Affiliate members may access documents including technical specifications, logos, trademarks, and guidelines related to CFA proposals, in order to develop and sell products compliant with those specifications and guidelines. In addition, Affiliate members may participate in general conferences, work groups and events administered by the CompactFlash Association.

Only CompactFlash Association members may manufacture and market products that use CFA specifications and logos.