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Data I/O, Intel's flash group collaborate on integrated solutions

Posted: 14 Nov 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Data I/O Corp.? Intel's Flash Memory Group? NOR flash? NAND flash? Open NAND Flash Interface?

Data I/O Corp. has partnered with Intel's Flash Memory Group to offer integrated solutions, based on the companies' expertise in automated programming solutions and flash memory, reducing time-to-market and facilitating easy adoption and manufacturing for customers.

The collaboration aims to focus on increasing QoS and value to mutual customers for cellular, consumer electronics, communications, computing and industrial applications. The partnership also will also enable concurrent engineering practices between the two companies to reduce time-to-market during the transition from development to the manufacturing floor.

"Both Intel and Data I/O share a common commitment to higher quality through automation and excellence in service," commented Harald Weigelt, VP of worldwide sales and services at Data I/O. "Having Intel in our Preferred Partnership Program reinforces this message and takes our historically successful relationship and technical collaboration to a new level that will generate value for Intel, Data I/O and our mutual customers."

Under the terms of Data I/O's Preferred Partnership Program, Data I/O will coordinate with Intel's Flash Memory Group to dedicate resources for closer customer support at the device level as well as the local sales, marketing and technical levels.

The two companies will also explore collaboration opportunities vis--vis the Open NAND Flash Interface initiative to establish a standard interface for NAND flash memory devices with other ONFI members.




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