Chip Shares Some BPM History
Chip, BPM’s mascot, gives some of the history behind the success of BPM Microsystems:
“BPM device programmers offer high-performance device handling, advanced serialization, and quality control, meeting the highest programming and cyber security standards, for automotive, aerospace, medical, industrial, and mobile device applications. BPM’s intelligently designed systems deliver the lowest programming cost per device.
“Back in 1985, in a dorm room at Rice University, Bill White founded BPM Microsystems. He couldn’t find a decent chip programmer for a class project he was working on, so he made his own. He started to sell the EP1, an e e prom programmer, locally, and then by mail order; the rest is history. BPM still builds all of its systems in its ISO 9001 plant in Houston Texas.
“BPM device programmers serve the world with billions and billions of accurately programmed devices, in thousands of products– everything from thermometers to infotainment systems– by bringing compelling programming systems to market.”
Learn more about BPM at https://bpmmicro.com/company/