Web Site offers information to optimize NAND Flash devices.
February 26, 2004 -
NAND Flash Device Portal provides source of information for users searching for ways to optimize potential of NAND Flash devices and solve manufacturing bottlenecks. Dedicated learning and information center offers relevant information concerning design and manufacturing issues such as bad-block schemes and volume programming solutions. It also provides White Papers, Applications Notes, and list of NAND devices supported by Data I/O programming systems.
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Data I/O Corporation
10525 Willows Road NE PO Box 97046
Redmond, WA, 98073-9746
Data I/O® Corporation Announces Availability of NAND Flash Device Support Portal
Redmond, WA, February 24, 2004 - Data I/O® Corporation (NASDAQ:DAIO), the leading provider of manual and automated device programming systems, today announced the availability of the NAND Flash Device Portal, a dedicated learning and information center (please see http://dataio.com/nand/nandflash.asp).
The acceptance of NAND technology is increasingly rapidly, and engineers face a number of issues incorporating NAND devices into their designs. This new Data I/O NAND Portal has been established to offer relevant information concerning those design and manufacturing issues.
NAND Flash Device Support Portal
"At Data I/O, we were the first manufacturer of programming systems to recognize the immediate need for answers to industry questions regarding the current challenges of NAND Flash programming," states Bruce Rodgers, Director of Marketing and Semiconductor Relations for Data I/O. "We have built our online NAND portal to answer those questions, including important issues such as bad-block schemes and volume programming solutions."
The Data I/O NAND Portal offers White Papers, Applications Notes, NAND Flash Semiconductor Vendor Links, as well as a complete list of the NAND devices currently supported by Data I/O programming systems. The site also offers complete product information on the Data I/O programming systems capable of programming NAND devices including the FlashPAK(TM) manual programming system, the ProLINE-RoadRunner(TM) inline programming system, and the PS300FC(TM) offline programming system. All of these systems are supported by Data I/O's FlashCORE(TM) software architecture for high-speed programming.
The NAND Flash Device Support Portal is an excellent source of information for designers and manufacturers searching for ways to optimize the potential of NAND Flash devices, reduce costs, and solve manufacturing bottlenecks.
About Data I/O
With more than 30 years of innovative leadership in the device programming industry, Data I/O® Corporation (NASDAQ:DAIO) provides manual and automated device programming systems that specifically address the requirements of engineering and manufacturing operations. Data I/O Corporation is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, and has sales and service offices worldwide. For more information, see www.dataio.com or call 800-426-1045.
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