Data I/O Corporation has announced FlashPAK, a networked programming system designed to program the leading high-density Flash Memory devices at near theoretical minimum times, and at the lowest cost per part.
FlashPAK is the newest component in Data I/O's Connected Programming Strategy, which creates a unified programming solution -- connecting engineering to manufacturing, business processes to business systems, and the firmware supply chain to its users.
A four-site manual system, FlashPAK was designed specifically for Flash applications and has a unique architecture that delivers the lowest programming cost for high density Flash devices.
This is accomplished by a combination of exceptional programming speed, system scalability, and software-based process control.
Costs are driven even lower by using the efficiencies of network control for firmware distribution and revision. For example, Programming Center managers will be able to streamline first article qualification and other processes, lowering their variable costs.
OEM managers will gain control of their intellectual property as it moves from design to production, and prevent disruptions associated with outdated firmware.
The new system brings the benefits of network control and advanced programming architecture to manual Flash programming environments, assuring that programming is current, secure, traceable, and failsafe. ProDigital 02 96744222.