BPM launches flash memory device programmer
BPM Microsystems has released the Flashstream 2800F-MK2 flash vector programming system.
The new addition to the company's flash memory device programmer family is claimed to combine 16GB memory capacity with 64-bit architecture, and offers full data capacity support for devices larger than 4GB.
The Flashstream 2800F-MK2 currently supports device data files up to 125.5Gb with theoretical device size support up to 8Eb.
Programmers that still use 32-bit architectures are limited to device data file sizes of less than 4GB.
As device densities and file sizes continue to increase, the 2800F-MK2 is ready to handle demanding flash memory programming requirements.
Flashstream can support all of the latest flash memory device architectures and package types.
It is available as a manual production tool with models 2800F and 2800FMK2.
For automated production, the HelixFS and the 3000FS offer medium- to high-volume solutions for flash memory programming.
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