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Hardcard

An earlier family of hard disks from Plus Development Corporation, Milpitas, CA, that housed the drive and controller on an expansion card. Since many early PCs had little cabinet room, the Hardcard did not take up a drive bay.
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Installation of a Hardcard to be used as a second or third drive takes only five minutes, and the street prices are reasonable.
The Hardcard is a 3 1/2-inch Winchester fixed disk drive integrated with a controller card.
In tests conducted at Buttonwillow Raceway in California in December 2007, Hardcard and Alien[R] used standard Gen 2 UHF RFID tags, antennas, readers and software to accurately track and time eight motorcycles at speeds exceeding 140mph.
Working with Hardcard Systems, we were able to push the envelope for high speed RFID applications," said Victor Vega, director of product marketing for Alien Technology.
Hardcard Systems, utilizing RFID in motorsports applications, will reduce the cost and complexity of timing and scoring solutions for racing series, tracks and competitors.
Radio Frequency Identification technology has the potential to revolutionize motorsports timing and scoring," said Andrew Leisner, managing partner with Hardcard Systems.
Hardcard Systems will continue to develop RFID for all forms of on-road and off-road motorsport alongside Alien Technology and its preferred partners.