PCMCIA


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PCMCIA

(body, standard)
Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. (Or People Can't Memorise Computer Industry Acronyms).

PCMCIA

(Personal Computer Memory Card International Association, San Jose, CA) An international standards body and trade association that was founded in 1989 to establish a standard for connecting peripherals to portable computers. PCMCIA created the PC Card, CardBus and ExpressCard standards. In 2010, PCMCIA's assets were acquired by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF). See PC Card.
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"The heart of the ExpressCard Standard is its compliance program, which assures any user anywhere that their product will interoperate with other ExpressCard products," said Brad Saunders, chairman, PCMCIA. "The addition of Testronic Laboratories expands ExpressCard testing capabilities to three major markets: the United States, Europe and Asia.
The PCMCIA Password Manager permits up to twenty different fingerprints or twenty different users to store passwords on a single laptop.
CONECTIVIDAD: Cuatro puertos USB 2.0, puerto IEEE 1394 ranura PCMCIA Ethernet modem, salida S-Video, IEEE 802.11b/g lector para cuatro formatos de tarjeta de memoria
The ExpressCard Standard was created by a broad coalition of PCMCIA member companies including Dell.
Telefonica Moviles will distribute the first UMTS PCMCIA cards to its corporate customers, enabling them to access all UMTS "Oficina MoviStar" data services (internet, intranet and e-mail) from a laptop PC at speeds of up to 384 kbit/s -- even faster than standard ADSL lines.
El nuevo modelo puede utilizarse para almacenar y reproducir video digital (archivos MPEG/MPEG4) y fotografias (archivos JPEG/TIFF) desde una camara de video o camara digital compatible con ranura para Tarjeta de Memoria SD o ranura PCMCIA.
The probe is compatible with the company's boundary scan controllers based on PCI, PXI, VXI, RS-232, parallel port, GPIB, PCMCIA, USB, and Fast Ethernet.
The system requires one Richochet PCMCIA card for the router and one for any laptop used away from the router site.
Presentations can also be given without a computer from images stored in the module, or from a memory card placed in the PCMCIA slot of the module.
Standard on-board data storage choices are 1.4 MB floppy disc, 100 MB ZIP drive or 160 MB ATA PCMCIA memory card for both models.
"DIGA" is a name derived from the words "Digital" and "Giga." Model DMR-E60, which features an SD Memory Card slot, a PCMCIA slot, and a DV input terminal, is designed for easy interaction with digital still cameras and digital camcorders.
All possible options are available to the user in designing the printing format, which can be done on the PC with Windows software and then data and programs can be transferred to the machine with a PCMCIA card.