A Multimedia Card (MMC) is a memory card that uses flash memory. The size of multimedia cards varies from 24 mm × 32 mm × 1.4 mm. In the beginning, multimedia cards used a 1-bit serial interface, and in recent years, they have increased the data transfer from 4-bit to 8-bit at a time. MMC card is mostly used in Audio players, Digital cameras, Cell phones, PDAs, etc.
MMCs are almost similar to SD (Secure Digital) cards, and multimedia cards can be used in most of the devices where SD cards can be used.
MMC cards have varying storage capacities, typically 256MB, 512MB, and 128 GB. MMC cards are used in cameras to store photos and videos, and you can use an MMC card reader to transfer the data from the MMC card to the computer.
MMC cards were introduced in 1997 through a collaboration between SanDisk and Siemens. Early MMC cards had a capacity of around 32 MB, and later versions went up to 1 GB by the late 2000s. The gaming industry and various electronics, including video game consoles, adopted MMC cards as external storage devices.
There is no copyright on MMC technology, allowing for the development of devices using MMCs with the Snapdragon 820 processor cited as an example of its use of MMC technology for fast speeds.
MMC cards are not as common as they once were. Nowadays, SD cards are widely adapted due to their better speed and compatibility at a low cost. However, MMC cards are still used in some devices, such as digital cameras, MP3 players, and GPS devices. If you would like to recover data from an MMC card , it can be done using data recovery software.
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