FlashCORE Boost: 2008 - Optimized FlashCORE II Programming Engine
For 8-bit and 16-bit NAND devices, FlashCORE Boost runs on FlashCORE II platforms delivering the fastest speed in total programming times (program and verify) for NAND Flash, Serial Flash and Flash media. Compared to FlashCORE I platforms, device programming and verifying times are improved by as much as 300% - 400% for certain devices.
Data I/O's DataMapper is an easy-to-use point and click application that quickly merges multiple sources of data into a single file. Each data file may be developed and maintained separately. When it comes time to program devices, these files must be merged into a single data file.
NAND Bad Black Management:
NAND Flash memories require bad-blocks to be detected and managed while writing to the device. Data I/O's Bad-Block Scheme software option contains a library of new sophisticated schemes.
Serial Number Server:
The Data I/O Serical Nubmer Server, when combined with existing FlashCORE programming systems, provides a complete solution that manages automatic programming of unique numbers or other dynamic data from an external source file during the production programming process.
When programming tasks are initated on RoadRunner and PS Automated Systems, the system memory is sampled periodically and generates a statistic folder viewable on a remote PC allowing managers to check system utilization and programming yields in near real time.
Secure Data Management (SDM): 2009
Using Data I/O's Secure Data Management Software, a programming JOB is created and saved to the OEM local server and tested at the OEM location.
Programming Jobs are encrypted, pushed to EMS sites, then selected by EMS personnel, followed by JOB downloads to specified RoadRunner units. If the encrypted file matches the assigned RoadRunner serial number, the file is decrypted and the inline programming process begins.