October 30, 2012
BPM Microsystems Prospers with 8th Generation Programming Technology
HOUSTON -- BPM Microsystems announces the ongoing success of its 8th Generation programming technology with an increase in worldwide automated system sales and a 25 percent growth in personnel over the last year. This year's success is a continuation of similar growth seen since the introduction of 8th Generation in 2010.
BPM Microsystems presence in the global market continues to strengthen with recent sales of its modelís 4800 and 3800 in Africa, Europe, the Americas and Asia. While competitors are reducing staff, BPM Microsystems is increasing personnel to meet the growing needs of its customers.
"Customers recognize the performance advantage and value of 8th Generation," said Colin Harper, director of sales and marketing. "8th Generation really is uniquely designed to meet the needs of today's modern devices. We are seeing a similar success story with the new 2800ISP, which uses the same core technology to program devices on-board."
BPM Microsystems' 8th Generation product line provides universal support for all device technologies including MCUs, managed NAND, flash memory and more. It's powered by the Vector Engine Co-Processor(R) now with BitBlast technology. BitBlast provides an extra boost to programming speeds for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases overall throughput.
For more information about BPM Microsystems' 8th Generation programming technology, visit http://www.bpmmicro.com/8thGen.
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