Japanese company Green House has officially introduced the GH-CFS-NSA, GH-CFS-XSA and GH-CFS-XSA flash cards, powered by Jmicron controllers.
The first two CompactFLash cards are made of SLC (single-level cell) NAND Flash chips and come in 2 to 32 GB capacity, while the third uses MLC (multi-level cell) memory and offers 8 to 64 GB. All ship with 1-year warranties.
On that note, the SLC NAND Flash cards transfer data at 130 MB/s read and 110 MB/s write. Their MTBF is of 4 million hours.
The MLC cards have a slightly more modest MTBF (3 million hours) but better performance: 130 MB/s read, 120 MB/s write. Since speed goes up along with capacity, it makes sense that the 64 GB MLC card would be faster than the 32 GB SLC one.
Unfortunately, we do not know the prices of the CFast-series newcomers.