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MMCA

(MultiMediaCard Association, Beaverton, OR, www.mmca.org) A membership organization founded in 1998 to promote the MultiMediaCard (MMC) storage module used in cellphones, PDAs and other small handheld devices. MMCA endorsed the specification and developed compliance testing, while the companies that built the cards chose their own storage circuit technologies. By 2007, fourteen original members had grown to more than 150 company members, worldwide. In 2008, MMCA merged with the JEDEC division of EIA. See MMC.
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About The MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association - http://www.
While removable memory cards are the primary focus, the MMCA also supports the adoption of the MMC interface standard in other embedded or removable components and subsystems, such as hard disk drives.
Founded in 1998, the MMCA now has 200 members and provides a global forum for memory card and semiconductor component suppliers, software vendors and manufacturers of mobile electronic devices who jointly endorse and promote the worldwide adoption of MultiMediaCards and the MMC standards.
As Mitsubishi Motors continues its dramatic growth, MMCA has surpassed expectations of assets serviced," Gagnon says.
Our success is due in large part to a variety of innovative financial products that facilitate the new vehicle purchase and meet the needs of almost all customers," said Chuck Tredway, MMCA executive vice president and general manager.
financed the new vehicle through MMCA and became the company's 1,000,000th customer.
We spent considerable time selecting the best candidate to ensure the growth of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck," said Chuck Tredway, executive vice president and general manager of MMCA.
MMCA members can license the SecureMMC Client Software Suite from BSQUARE free of charge.
SDIO, CE-ATA, USB, PCI, and MMCA are all trademarks of their respective organizations.
The Physician Payment Review Commission (PPRC) sponsored the MMCAS in 1996 to evaluate access to care in Medicare managed care plans (Lyle et al.
Thus, PPRC also sponsored MMCAS to explore how to redesign population-based surveys to capture key indicators of access to Medicare managed care.
PPRC's approach to tailoring the MMCAS survey instrument to Medicare managed care is particularly noteworthy.