The first generation FlashCORE was introduced for Flash memory devices and later extended to support Flash microcontrollers. FlashCORE systems have enjoyed a broad range of installations in automotive and wireless manufacturing companies throughout the world as well as all of the major commercial programming centers.
Data I/O's Flash-optimized technology has set the standard for programming speeds as designed by the semiconductor manufacturers. Data I/O's automated handling systems and proprietary contact technology provide the highest yields available in the industry. FlashCORE II represents a significant extension of the previous generation in terms of current and future breadth of Flash device support.
"The market acceptance for our previous generation has been strong, and the value of the technology has been repeatedly field-proven," noted Harald Weigelt, Vice President Worldwide Sales & Marketing. "FlashCORE II provides a continued support path for the latest devices and also protects our customers' original investment in our automated solutions. In some cases, such as with the ProLINE RoadRunner, customers using large geometry devices can also achieve a significant performance gain because of this technology."
All new systems now include the FlashCORE II technology. Field upgrade kits are also available for existing automated system installations to include the FlashCORE II technology. For further information on Data I/O's new FlashCore II techonolgy, see us at Productronica in Munich, 13-16 November, 2007 Hall A2, Stand 235, or visit Data I/O's web site at www.dataio.com
About Data I/O Corporation
With over 35 years of expertise in delivering intellectual property to programmable devices, Data I/O offers complete, integrated manufacturing solutions in wireless, automotive, programming center, semiconductor, and industrial control market segments for OEM, ODM, EMS and semiconductor companies. Data I/O provides hardware and software solutions for turn-key programming and device testing services, as well as in-system (on-board), in-line (right before use at the SMT line), or in-socket (off-line) programming with special manufacturing options such as serialization, traceability, version control, statistical data logging, co-planarity test, and bad block management. These solutions are scalable for small, medium and large volume applications with different device mixes. For further information on Data I/O, please visit www.dataio.com or call (425) 881-6444.
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