MultiMediaCard (1997 – 2005)

MultiMediaCard (MMC) was a flash memory memory card format introduced in 1997 by SanDisk and Siemans.

Although superseded by Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard can be used in most devices that support SD, as MMC is pin-compatible (although slightly thinner).

Smaller variants of MMC are Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC) and MMCmicro.

The MultiMediaCard was used to distribute games for the Nokia N-Gage handheld game console and phone, and the Tapwave Zodiac handheld game console and PDA.

By 2006, SanDisk no longer sold the MultiMediaCard format.

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