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SM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SAN MARINO.
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SM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of San Marino. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Sammarinese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for San Marino. This is used as an international standard for shipping to San Marino. Each municipality has its own code with the prefix "SM." For example, the Faetano municipality is assigned the code ISO 3166-2:SM-04.
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The SmartMEDIA product from SmartLabs is well proven and feature rich.
It also frees users from having to purchase expensive SmartMedia cards preprinted with content.
adapter was purchased which read the camera's SmartMedia card.
They are temporarily stored in JPEG format in the digital camera using a 32-megabyte SmartMedia card; this card allows for the storage of 76 images, sufficient for all the digital photographs taken in our autopsy service on a weekly basis.
I've been impressed enough by IBM's earlier (340MB) version to recommend it over solid-state Compact Flash and SmartMedia cards as the ideal storage device for digital cameras (in the mid-range, from Casio, and at the high-end, from Canon and Nikon) that are built to take it.
Also featured in this publishing system is MediaFORM's anti-piracy SmartDRIVE technology, which includes Electronic Watermarking, Copy Protection, SmartMEDIA, Frame Accurate Recording, Audio Click Detection, SmartRID, and SmartSTAMP.
OLITEC has always been at the forefront of new technologies, with the launch of the first standalone modem in 1996, the launch of a new concept with the SmartMemory modem and SmartMedia card in 1998, and the design of the only cordless modem using DECT technology in 1999 -- the WaveMemory.
Identical page and block specifications are used, making the new SmartMedia devices fully compatible with existing products.
Kodak is said to be working on offering a "validation" service at your local photo developer, whereby you can download images onto the camera's SmartMedia storage card, have your images, in their raw format, burned into a CD and then subsequently certified as being unaltered.
Initially, Toshiba plans to use the technology to increase the storage capacity of its SmartMedia Flash cards, it plans to ship samples of a 1Gb card by the first half of 2000.
(Nasdaq:LGTO), a leader in the enterprise storage management software market, has introduced its advanced media management product, Legato SmartMedia 1.2.
And Legato Systems delivers its advanced data protection applications: Legato NetWorker and SmartMedia.