BP Microsystems adds support for msystems' devices
Jun 15, 2006
BP Microsystems, a leading supplier of device programming systems worldwide, announces support for the mDOC H1 family of devices from msystems.
Support for the 512 megabyte and 1 gigabyte embedded flash drive devices, which include MD2433-d4G-V3Q18, MD2433-d4G-V3Q18-P, MD2433-d8G-V3Q18, and MD2433-d8G-V3Q18-P, is extended on all BP Micro 6th and 7th Generation manual device programmers in the 115 FBGA package style.
"msystems is pleased to collaborate with BP Micro on mDOC programming," said Noam Kedem, vice president marketing, msystems. "This collaboration is yet another proof to the growing momentum around the Embedded Flash Drive (EFD) architecture in mobile and consumer electronics devices, and in particular, the advanced mDOC H-series architecture."
"By working closely with msystems, we are able to provide our customers support for the latest technology," said John Hall, senior software engineer at BP Microsystems. "We look forward to future collaborations with msystems."
Support for additional device families from msystems is currently in development.
Further information on BP Microsystems programming equipment and device support can be found at www.bpmicro.com