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MMC

Abbreviation for:
macrophage-mediated cytotoxicity
massive myocardial calcification
methylmercuric chloride
migrating motor complex
minimum medullary concentration
mitomycin C
Modernising Medical Careers, see there 
mucosal mast cells
mucosal-type mast cells
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By combining SecureMMC and the inherent assets of the SIM (including tamper-resistance, open OS and universal support by handsets), we're able to reinforce our advances in MultiMedia SIMs, which will become the predominant personal token in converged networks," said Jean-Francois Rubon, Director Innovation & Strategy Wireless at Gemplus.
Beep Science regards MMCs as an important content distribution and storage medium in mobile services, and believes the integration of DRM into SecureMMCs will provide new end-user flexibility for storing and transferring content and licenses between devices.
The DRM and VPN demonstrations, at the MMCA Booth 1066 in Exhibition Hall 1, illustrate the role of secure removable media in DRM on mobile devices, and show how the SecureMMC Card v2.
Backup and Restore: How a list of encrypted content on the mobile device and the Rights Objects related to the encrypted content can be backed up and restored on a SecureMMC Card.
End-users who want ease of use and portability of digital content to multiple playback devices, will benefit from the extension of the OMA DRM trust model to secure removable media such as SecureMMC v2.
Besides DRM, the security architecture of SecureMMC Specification v2.
According to Takashi Totsuka, Co-Chairman of the MMCA SecureMMC Technical Sub-Committee and senior manager of Memory Business Unit at Renesas Technology Corp.
Using SecureMMC DRM, mobile operators and content providers will be assured their protected content is transmitted securely," said Joong Chul Yoon, Co-Chairman of the MMCA SecureMMC Technical Sub-Committee and senior researcher at Samsung Electronics, Co.
The Renesas PIN SecureMMC, introduced in February 2002, is the first secure data storage memory card for mobile devices targeting enterprise data security.
According to Victor Tsai, segment marketing manager of Renesas Technology America, "Securing the 'seed record' in the TRM of a PIN SecureMMC and adding hardware user authentication makes the RSA SecurID token solution more secure --and thus more viable -- for mobile devices.
Hitachi's new SecureMMC, with its user authentication function, is designed to specifically meet the growing need for a higher security infrastructure and to resolve the shortfall of the conventional method.
The new SecureMMC provides both theft-protected digital storage and private access in a rugged, easily transportable medium.