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Is there a chip version of an SD card?

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We are designing a PCB that will have a microcontroller that processes data using USB and CAN.  We want to put on board some flash memory available to the user which presumably will be controlled by the microcontroller using SPI or I2C.  My question is, is there a flash memory chip available, surface mount, which other than portability is a lot like an SD card?  I want the function of an SD card, and the permanence of a PCB chip.
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Have you tried looking here?

http://us.micron.com/products-support
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That looks like exactly what I want.  I just wasn't "googling" the right words.  

This about sets a record for speed of response and speed of getting the right answer.

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