BPM Microsystems to demonstrate breakthrough programming solutions during the IPC APEX Expo
HOUSTON — Jan. 17, 2013 — BPM Microsystems will demonstrate its breakthrough programming solutions in booth #108 at the upcoming IPC APEX Expo, scheduled to take place February 19-21, 2013 at the San Diego Convention Center in California.
The new 2800ISP parallel in-system device programmer incorporates the company’s award-winning 8th Generation site technology utilizing Vector Engine® BitBlast 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.
Ideal for medium- to high-volume production, the 2800ISP is configurable and can program up to 16 devices in parallel. With BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor, the 2800ISP is capable of achieving an amazing peak operating rate of 25 Gbits per second. It also features BitBlast technology, which means that managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface get an incredible boost to programming speeds, drastically increasing your overall throughput. 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.
Also on display, the offline 3800 automated universal production programmer supports microcontrollers, NAND flash, NOR flash, serial flash, managed NAND flash, E/EPROM, flash EPROM, and other technologies with densities up to an 8 Eb theoretical limit. Additionally, the system supports devices with voltages down to 0.7 (Vdd).
The 3800 is also powered by BPM Microsystems’ Vector Engine Co-Processor® now with BitBlast technology.
For more information, meet company representatives in booth #108 at the IPC APEX Expo.