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SDIO is not just for plug-in cards; it's rapidly becoming a common "high speed" chip interconnect in embedded devices (like mobile phones or media players) for things like WiFi etc.
SDIO support coming
Posted Jul 26, 2007 19:18 UTC (Thu) by ken (subscriber, #625)
Posted Jul 27, 2007 8:42 UTC (Fri) by dvrabel (subscriber, #9500)
Posted Aug 3, 2007 7:57 UTC (Fri) by HalfMoon (guest, #3211)
SPI (20 Mbit/s)
The fastest SPI chips I've seen are 70 Mbits, but it's true that most of them aren't quite that speedy. On the other hand, most SDIO cards aren't that fast either (and don't use 4bit parallel signaling) ... in fact, every SDIO card supports SPI.
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