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eMMC

(Embedded MultiMediaCard) An internal storage format for smartphones, tablets and laptops using the MultiMedia Card standard. An eMMC chip contains a controller and the same NAND flash memory as found in USB drives, SD Cards and solid state drives (SSDs), along with a controller that manages wear leveling and error correction (ECC). See embedded flash, ECC 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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TMA's BiCS FLASH-enabled UFS devices provide customers an option that is better suited to support their high-performance and density needs than existing e-MMC and UFS devices.
* 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.
Managed NAND architecture like eSD/eMMC such as Samsung MoviNAND, Micron e-MMC, and Sandisk iNAND are now supported.