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The Multimedia Card is also known as flash memory card was developed in 1997 by Siemens. It has a flash memory which helps in portability of the Card when compared to Compact Flash.
Multimedia card comes under standard size of 24mm x 32mm x 1.5mm. Multimedia card was being used as a 1-bit serial interface, but specification of the Multimedia card allows transfers of 4 to 8 bits at a time.
Multimedia card are more or less similar or upgraded to Secure Digital cards. The Multimedia card can provide storage for cellphones, PDAs and other devices. During 1997, the Multimedia card had a 4MB capacity and the weight of the card was not more than two grams. In 2005, Multimedia card can store upto 2GB.
The Multimedia card uses flash memory for read and write applications for static information, the latter widely used applications are Palm PDA. The Multimedia card is a one-time programmable card, this cards are available for high transfer rates, up to 52 MB/sec. the Multimedia card contains encrypted content in readable flash memory and licensing information in a hardware-protected, tamper proof part of the card.
The Multimedia card which is developed by SecureMMC is used for M-Commerce is a high-level security card for e-commerce transactions. Multimedia cards can share the same footprint. Multimedia cards can be used to read in SD Card readers. Typically, an Multimedia card is used as storage media for a portable device, in a form that can easily be removed for access by a PC. For example, the Multimedia card can be used in a digital camera for storing photo files. With an Multimedia card reader, a user could copy the photos taken with the digital camera from his computer. Modern computers such as both laptops and desktops, often have SD slots, which is used to read Multimedia card.
Multimedia card are currently available in sizes up to 2 GB, and are used in almost every context in which memory cards are used, like cell phones, mp3 players & digital cameras. Multimedia cards come in a smaller form factor, of about half the size: 24mm x 16mm x 1.5mm. This form of Multimedia card is known as Reduced-Size Multi-Media Card introduced in the beginning of 2004. Reduced Size Multimedia cards are smaller Multimedia cards which can be used like a simple mechanical adapter to elongate the card. The licensor of Reduced Size Multimedia cards is Nokia, who often uses Reduced Size Multimedia cards in series 60 Symbian smart phones. RS-MMC cards are also used in Nokia phones such as Nokia 6630 and Nokia 6680 which can support a lower voltage which is 1.8 V. The lower-voltage Reduced Size Multimedia cards are also known as Dual Voltage Reduced Size Reduced Size Multimedia cards, and are used in market as Reduced Size Multimedia cards. The low-voltage cards are also compatible with older Reduced Size Multimedia cards devices.
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