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Data I/O announces FlashCore system upgrade

Posted: 03 Mar 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Data I/O Corp., a provider of manual and automated programming systems, has announced a FlashCore system upgrade that virtually removes all known barriers to High-Density flash device programming.

Designed to scale and adapt to changing device technologies, the programming architecture's high-density enhancements include improvements in 3 aspects of FlashCore systems, all available as upgrades to existing systems.

It includes an enhanced FlashCore memory board that removes barriers to programming, a FlashCore Firmware v5.05 that provides memory management for FlashCore programming systems and introduces Cyclical Redundancy Check security code, and a feature upgrade to v5.2 TaskLink for Windows.

TaskLink provides detailed device programming characteristics, which may include 'special data' features in some devices, serialization options to assign a unique ID in a consumer product, or file translation options to customize the delivery of data to devices.

1GB Flash densities

As the market demand for cellular handsets, mobile devices and personal electronics products increases, there is a growing desire for rich color and multimedia features that drive Flash densities to 1GB and beyond. To meet these market requirements, manufacturers increase densities and introduce 'stacked' packages that include RAM, logic or multiple flash devices in one package.

The 'Connected Programming Strategy' provides one consistent programming technology from design through manufacturing, assuring high quality products, and speeding time to market.

Software and hardware upgrades will be available to customers using traditional FlashCore systems as all upgrades are compatible with previously released device support.





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