NAND Flash options available with latest BPWin release
Mar 14, 2006
BP Microsystems has announced that its latest software release, BPWin 4.58, features new NAND Flash options that will allow users to customize multiple partitions using a single algorithm when programming NAND devices.
Special Spare Area calculations can be added dynamically as they are needed without having to change the algorithm. The user can specify partitions with an arbitrary number of required addresses and specify how they align to the buffer. This feature is available to all NAND Flash devices that support it.
NAND Flash is used in numerous applications that involve the data file to be partitioned. The NAND feature also offers Spare Area schemes that allow fills or ECC (Error Correction Code) calculations "on the fly" during programming and verifying without modifying the buffer.
Prior to BP Win 4.58 BP Microsystems customized algorithms for each customer's unique requirements.