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Spansion, Data I/O collaborate for automated flash memory programming

Posted: 20 Jun 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Data I/O? Spansion? collaboration? wireless? automotive?

Data I/O and Spansion announced a collaboration to advance the use of automated flash memory programming in the production of wireless, consumer and automotive markets.

The agreement allows Spansion to license Data I/O software related to device programming, receive global priority device support, conduct cooperative engineering development, and participate in select customer communications and field support activities for its MirrorBit ORNAND solutions.

According to Spansion, its flash memory solutions, based on the 90nm MirrorBit ORNAND architecture, deliver a NAND interface and the compelling cost structure of traditional NAND flash memory, with the reliability and high-read performance of NOR flash memory.

"Data I/O's support of Spansion's MirrorBit ORNAND and NOR flash memory solutions enables our customers to rapidly deliver cost-effective, high-quality wireless and embedded products to the market," said Robert France, VP of corporate systems engineering at Spansion. "By collaborating with Data I/O at the software and systems level, we will enhance the value we deliver in flash memory solutions by working with customers to efficiently program and customize their devices to meet their design requirements."

"This cooperation between Spansion and Data I/O elevates the successful collaboration our two companies have shared for many years," said Bruce Rodgers, VP of Sales for Americas/Asia at Data I/O. "This agreement recognizes the benefits for our mutual customers in Asia, Europe and the Americas."




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