Data I/0 Supports Intel PCA Processors for Wireless Applications

8/20/2004 - Data I/O® Corporation (Nasdaq:DAIO), the leading provider of manual and automated programming systems announced programming support for Intel’s PCA family beginning with the PXA271 and PXA272 devices in SCSP (Stacked Chip Scale Package). With this support, Intel’s customers now have both desktop and volume programming solutions. First shipments of the algorithms and socket modules have begun.

The Data I/O desktop FlashPAK and PS series of automated handlers are widely used throughout the world and represent Data I/O’s continued commitment to supporting new devices on a shared programming platform. The FlashPAK and PS288/PS300 systems utilize the same device algorithms and socket adapter modules and make easy the migration of programming support from design to production environments.

“We are pleased to announce the support for this new Intel processor family,” said Bruce Rodgers, Data I/O’s Director of Semiconductor Relations & Marketing. “The wireless market represents our largest customer group, and we expect many users will embrace this family of Intel devices for their upcoming applications. This continuing device support is expected by our mutual customers and is representative of our active partnership with Intel.”

About Data I/O
Celebrating 30 years of innovative leadership in the device programming industry, Data I/O Corporation® (NASDAQ: DAIO) provides manual and automated device programming systems that specifically address the requirements of engineering and manufacturing operations. FlashCORETM is the architecture behind a family of Flash programmers that deliver the highest throughput and lowest cost per programmed device. For Flash, microcontroller and logic device support, the MultiSyte and UniSite families provide universal support and versatility to address a wide variety of programming needs. Data I/O Corporation is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, and has sales and service offices worldwide. For more information, see or call 800-426-1045.

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