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BPM Microsystems to Exhibit New Generation Flashstream Flash Vector Programming System at Flash Memory Summit 2010

Jul 12, 2010

Flashstream® 2800F-MK2 Flash Vector Programming System.

Flashstream® 2800F-MK2 Flash Vector Programming System.

HOUSTON, TX - BPM Microsystems will display the Flashstream® 2800F-MK2 Flash Vector Programming System in booth 411 at the upcoming Flash Memory Summit, which is scheduled to take place August 17-19, 2010 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif.

This new edition to BPM Microsystems flash memory device programmer family combines the largest memory capacity on the market with the latest 64-bit architecture. Breaking past the 32-bit barrier is another industry first for BPM Microsystems and a true milestone in programmer evolution, with full data capacity support for devices larger than 4GB.

By combining the latest 64-bit architecture with the new 16GB memory module, the Flashstream 2800F-MK2 currently supports device data files up to 125.5 Gb with theoretical device size support up to 8 Eb. Programmers that still utilize 32-bit architectures are limited to device data file sizes of less than 4 GB. As device densities and file sizes continue to increase, the 2800F-MK2 is ready to handle your most demanding flash memory programming requirements.

BPM Microsystems’ Flashstream Flash Vector Programming System continues to lead the industry in both programming speed and flash memory capacity. Flashstream can support all of the latest flash memory device architectures and package types. With program and verify speeds that are still two to 12 times faster than other programmers, Flashstream has become the production tool of choice, breaking high-density flash memory programming production bottlenecks.

Flashstream is available as a manual production tool with model’s 2800F and 2800F-MK2. For automated production, the HelixFS and the 3000FS offer medium to high volume production solutions for flash memory programming.

For further information about BPM Microsystems’ Flashstream 2800F-MK2 Flash Vector programmer, stop by booth 411 at the Flash Memory Summit 2010 or visit

Established in 1985, BPM Microsystems is a global supplier of electronic device programmers for all applications. The company is the leading supplier of vision-based automated programming systems and sets the standard in device support, performance, ease-of-use, and cost-of-ownership. The company offers a wide variety of device programmers including Universal Programmers, Concurrent Programming Systems® and Fine-Pitch Automated Programming Systems.

BPM Microsystems’ financial statements are audited by Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP. BPM Microsystems is located at 5373 West Sam Houston Pkwy N, Suite 250, Houston, Texas USA 77041-5160. BPM Microsystems can be found on the Internet at

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