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What does USIM stand for?

USIM stands for Universal Subscriber Identity Module

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-12 SIM: A Definition II-12 Structure II-12 SIM Card Sizes II-13 Higher SIM Card Memory Capacity: The Order of the Day II-13 Functions of a SIM Card II-13 Micro-SIM Card-The New Standard II-14 Usage Standards in Mobile Phones II-14 SIM Operating Systems II-14 Data Stored in SIM II-14 An Overview of the Data Stored II-14 Integrated Circuit Card Identifier or ICC-ID II-14 International Mobile Subscriber Identity or IMSI II-15 Authentication Key or Ki II-15 Authentication Process II-15 Contacts and SMS Messages in SIM II-16 Types of SIM Cards II-16 Low Capacity SIM Card II-16 Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC) II-16 Applications of UICC Card II-17 Universal Subscriber Identity Module (USIM) II-18 3.
About M-Systems MegaSIM Technology M-Systems' MegaSIM(TM) technology provides the foundation for a universal subscriber identity module card that combines high-capacity flash-based storage - with densities reaching 128 Megabytes - and advanced security features to enable a variety of compelling mobile applications.
About M-Systems' MegaSIM Technology M-Systems' MegaSIM(TM) technology provides the foundation for a universal subscriber identity module card that combines high capacity flash-based storage -- with densities reaching 128 Megabytes -- and advanced security features to enable a variety of compelling mobile applications.
USIM - Universal Subscriber Identity Module *FOMA - Freedom of mobile Multimedia Access *W-CDMA - Wideband-Code Division Multiple Access It should be noted that certain of the statements contained in this release may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Based on a new 16-bit CPU core designed to support multiple applications on one smart card, the AE46C controller is an extension to the AE-4 family and is ideal for Universal Subscriber Identity Module (USIM) cards and high-end applications such as banking systems.