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exFAT

(EXtended File Allocation Table) An enhanced version of the FAT file system from Microsoft that uses less overhead than NTFS. It extends the maximum file size of 4GB in FAT32 to virtually unlimited. exFAT was added to Windows CE and Windows Vista (SP1). See FAT32.
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the worldwide leader in royalty-free real-time operating systems (RTOS), today announced that it is licensed to make and distribute the Microsoft Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) file system.
The contract has been signed to offer the automaker broad access to the latest Extended File Allocation Table.
As per the reports, Microsoft and Research In Motion (RIM) have signed a patent licensing agreement that gives RIM broad access to the latest Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) for certain BlackBerry devices of RIM.
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Under the agreement, Aspen will be allowed broad access to Microsoft's latest Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT), which is a modern file system that facilitates large files for audiovisual media and enables seamless data portability and an easy interchange between desktop PCs and other electronic devices.
To this end, Microsoft recently rolled out "exFat" technology, short for Extended File Allocation Table, that enables flash memory cards, smartphones and cameras to handle orders of magnitude more memory than previous file systems.
the worldwide leader in royalty-free real-time operating systems (RTOSes), today announced that FileX, its file management system, now supports the Microsoft Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) file system.

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