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BPM Microsystems to bring its 8th Generation universal device programmers to DAC 2013

HOUSTON, TX 
BPM Microsystems has announced that it will exhibit its award-winning 2800ISP parallel in-system device programmer as well as its 2800 manual universal device programmer in booth #333 at the upcoming Design Automation Conference (DAC), scheduled to take place June 2-6, 2013 at the Austin Convention Center in Texas.

The new 2800ISP incorporates the company’s 8th Generation site technology utilizing its Vector Engine Co-Processor® into a custom-designed test fixture, allowing its customers to program flash architectures including eMMC, PCM and Raw NAND, plus MCUs and other device technologies on-board after reflow. In 2012 the company added support for third party functional testing, such as boundary scan, with the capability to test up to 240 pins in addition to the 960 pins available for programming.

Ideal for medium- to high-volume production, the 2800ISP is configurable and can program up to 16 devices in parallel. Like all 8th Generation programmers, the 2800ISP with BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor is capable of achieving an amazing peak operating rate of 24Gbits per second. This solves the test bottleneck while allowing the operator to program the latest data just in time, all while attaining a very low programming cost per device.

The 2800 combines the unrivaled speed of the Vector Engine Co-Processor with true universal device support, resulting in the fastest manual universal programmer in the industry.

For more information, meet with company representatives at the show or visit www.bpmmicro.com.

 

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