Add Hard Drives To Mobile Devices With MMC
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Aug 23, 2005, 1:57 PM by (staff)
The MMC Association has announced a new standard to allow MMC controller hardware to interface with tiny hard drives. The ATA on MMC Specification allows companies to use the MMC bus and controllers, which are already built into many mobile chipsets, in order to run a small form factor hard drive. This move will make it faster and less expensive to add hard drive storage to mobile devices, including cell phones. It also could reduce the potential size of hard drive enabled devices by eliminating the need for a separate hard drive controller, however hard drives already add additional bulk to devices.
source: MMC Association
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