Universal Transportable Memory Association (UTMA)
Overview: The UTMA was created to drive the promulgation of the FISH Memory card, based on USB 2.0 communications. UTMA advocated a standard that works across multiple platforms and technology products, including cameras, computers, PDAs, music devices and other products that require portable digital memory. UTMA charged manufacturers a licensing fee to use the FISH memory standard and IP in order to enable engineering and ongoing standards developments. Areas of additional development, propagation and coordination included: administration of and assurance of compliance with the standard; development and coordination of performance testing standards; continued coordination of TADS (Task Automation Data Structure) development; and coordination with component suppliers for FISH-optimized components.
Specifications: Not available
IPR Policy: Not available
Current Status: Inactive
Last Updated: October 11, 2013