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MultiMediaCard Association adds Intel & Kingston

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-19 04:00:00
MultiMediaCard Association adds Intel & Kingston : The MultiMediaCard Association (MMCA) today announced that Intel Corporation and Kingston Technology Company, Inc. have been selected by majority member votes to its Board of Directors for 2006. Intel Corporation and Kingston Technology Company will join 12 current MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association) board members representing a broad cross-section of host device, memory card, flash memory and controller chipset manufacturers, including: ASUS, ATP Electronics, Gemplus, Hewlett-Packard, Infineon Technologies Flash, ITRI, Lexar Media, Micron Technology, Nokia, Power Digital Card, Samsung Electronics and Silicon Motion.


MultiMediaCard Association approves "ATA on MMC''

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-16 18:29:00
MMC approves "ATA on MMC'' : The MultiMediaCard Association (MMCA) today announced it has approved "ATA on MMC" Specification Ver. 1.0, the interface designed especially for small form factor disk drives in next-generation portable consumer electronic devices. The ver. 1.0 specification is the first work to be released by the MMCA "ATA on MMC" Technical Sub-Committee, formed in June 2004 to address the growing needs of low-power hard disk drive data storage solution for small CE devices. The "ATA on MMC" interface specification enables HDDs to leverage the MMC bus already supported on many CE products. It is a cost effective solution to implement HDDs in small systems with low pin count, low voltage, and efficient power management.


MMCA finalizes MMCmicro Card specification

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-22 02:13:48
MMCA finalizes MMCmicro Card specification : The MultiMedia Card Association (MMCA) today announced that it has finalized the MMCmicro specification at its recent Summer General Meeting in Zurich, Switzerland. The new MMCmicro Cards represent the third MultiMediaCard form factor, along with MMCplus and MMCmobile Cards. Measuring 12x14x1.1 mm, they are about one-third the size of MMCmobile Cards. The MMCmicro Card standard is designed to meet the latest market requirements for data storage in mobile phones and digital cameras. It operates at either 3.3 volts or 1.8 volts and is capable of data transfer rate of up to 26MB/s (megabytes per second), the highest in performance amongst micro-sized memory card standards in the market.


Mu-Card Alliance Joins MultiMediaCard Association

Mark Peters : 2005-06-06 23:30:00
Mu-Card Alliance Joins MultiMediaCard Association : The MultiMediaCard Association today announced that the Mu-Card Alliance has agreed to join the MMCA. The former Mu-Card Alliance members will create a technical subcommittee under the MMCA umbrella to define the next generation I/O device interface standard based on the MMC specification. The new subcommittee will be headed by Mr. C.Y. Liu of Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute, founding member and chairperson of the Mu-Card Alliance, and will report to the MMCA Technical Committee. The Mu-Card Alliance was formed in October 2004 with the goal of establishing a small form factor card standard that addresses the emerging market need for high-performance memory card.


MMCA signed coorporation agreement with OMA

Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 15:30:00
MMCA signed coorporation agreement with OMA : The MultiMediaCard Association (MMCA) today announced it has signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA). The agreement between the two organizations aims at enabling technical collaboration in order to design secure removable media based on Open Mobile Alliance DRM (Digital Rights Management). The MultiMediaCard Association is the leading standards organization for removable memory cards in mobile phones, digital cameras and other consumer electronics devices. The MMCA demonstrated a DRM application on SecureMMC Cards at the 3GSM World Congress in February and at CTIA Wireless in March.






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