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eMMC

(Embedded MultiMediaCard) An internal storage technology for smartphones and tablets using the MultiMedia Card standard. Supporting error correction in hardware (see ECC memory), an eMMC chip contains a controller and flash memory. See embedded flash and MMC.


An eMMC Example
In 2014, this Lenovo tablet ad featured eMMC storage. (Image courtesy of Lenovo, www.lenovo.com)
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264 -- Support DDRIII, DDRII, Mobile DDR memory -- 24bit HW ECC for MLC NAND, support e-MMC boot -- Three USB ports for Device, Host, 3G module -- Two SD ports for SD card and WIFI -- Sensors interface for front and rear camera, up to 5M -- Standard TFT/EPD controller for variable panels -- MAX 8 channel I2S and SPDIF output for HD movie -- TS port for mobile and terrestrial TV, ATSC-T/MH -- Ethernet networking interfaces -- Support VoIP -- Support Android 2.
Managed NAND architecture like eSD/eMMC such as Samsung MoviNAND, Micron e-MMC, and Sandisk iNAND are now supported.
Samsung eMMC Pro Class 1500 is the first to support the latest JEDEC e-MMC v4.
The role of the NAND controller in premium products such as e-MMC (embedded Multi Media Card) and SSDs (Solid State Drives) has become increasingly important to meet the high memory densities and improved interface speeds required by end users.
TAEC)*, a committed leader that collaborates with technology companies to create breakthrough designs, today announced the launch of its JEDEC e-MMC Version 5.
Fully compliant with the latest JEDEC e-MMC standard, the new chips are designed for application in a wide range of digital consumer products, including smartphones, tablet PCs and wearable devices.
By starting production of the 64Gb-based 64GB e-MMC solution this year, we are accelerating the pace of adoption of premium embedded memory cards," said Myung Ho Kim, vice president, memory marketing, Device Solutions, Samsung Electronics.
In Toshiba e-MMC categories, "Supreme" represents products suited to high-end class applications and "Premium" represents products for middle- and low-end class applications.
The new solutions are the first memory devices in the industry fully compatible with the latest e-MMC specification, the JEDEC's Embedded MultiMediaCard Product Standard v4.
UFS, the next generation of embedded memory device to e-MMC, drives a significant boost in performance - a key requirement for tablets and smartphones.