12/24/2004 - Data I/O® Corporation (NASDAQ:DAIO) announced that Synchro-Work, the largest and fastest growing commercial device programming center in Japan, has standardized its processes on Data I/O PS288/300 automated production systems. With operations in Tokyo, Yokohama and Shanghai, Synchro-Work provides programming services for a wide variety of electronic manufacturing companies in Japan and China, including many of the largest manufacturing companies in Japan.
Synchro-Work installed their first PS300 programming/handling systems at the end of 2003 and has subsequently installed additional PS288FC systems. “The PS series of automated programming systems from Data I/O help us meet our customers’ strict standards for quality,” said Kiyotomo Ohsawa, President of Synchro-Work. “Our customers are demanding increased use of automated processes to maximize product quality at the lowest possible cost. Synchro-Work now has over $1,000,000 of the Data I/O automated systems because they meet those requirements.”
“Our partnership with Synchro-Work is important to Data I/O both in Japan and China,” noted Bruce Rodgers, Vice President Sales & Marketing Asia/Americas. “Our Asian customers expect to utilize the latest automated technologies to achieve their quality standards, and we have worked hard to gain our customers’ confidence in our systems.”
The PS288 and PS300 offline automated handling systems accept a variety of input and output media (trays, tubes, tape, marking) and include programming technology that is the fastest available for supporting Flash devices.
About Data I/O
Celebrating more than 30 years of innovative leadership in the device programming industry, Data I/O Corporation provides manual and automated device programming systems that specifically address the requirements of engineering and manufacturing customers. The Company, which is publicly traded (NASDAQ:DAIO), is headquartered in Redmond, WA, and has sales and service offices worldwide. The company’s worldwide web address is http://www.dataio.com
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