eMMC


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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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It comes with 4GB or 8GB LPDDR4 memory and either 32GB or 64GB of on-board eMMC storage.
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With the introduction of our value-focused, 3-bit NANDbased eMMC 5.0 line-up, we expect to take the lead in the expansion of high-density mobile storage," said Dr.
With construction scheduled in phases to allow the hospital to remain fully functional throughout the work, the end result aspires to allow EMMC to adapt to emerging technology and modern procedures all while accommodating growing demand within its limited footprint.
* Onboard memory of up to 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM and a soldered eMMC.
It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.2 Ghz quad-core processor with 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC; an 8MP autofocus camera with LED flash and a front-facing 2MP camera and 4G/LTE, WiFi and near field communications (NFC) connectivity.
Under the hood it will run on an unspecified Intel Celeron processors with 32 GB worth eMMC flash storage.
According to the report, the technique could also be used to exploit other flash-memory devices such as SSDs (solid-state drives) used in place of traditional hard drives in personal computers and eMMC (Embedded Multimedia Controller) storage used in mobile phones.