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Data I/O Selected by Bosch Car Multimedia as Exclusive Partner for Managed and Secure Pre-Programming
PSV7000 high performance automated programming system with revolutionary LumenTMX programming technology selected to support 5 years of production demands
Data I/O was selected by Bosch Car Multimedia division as best out of several suppliers after a complex benchmark evaluation. Data I/O demonstrated high performance and leading technology with global service and support for the lowest total cost.
“We are excited to announce our global partnership with Bosch Car Multimedia after an extensive evaluation process,” said Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO of Data I/O Corporation. “Bosch is widely recognized as a leading manufacturer with the industry’s highest quality standards. The combination of Data I/O’s PSV7000 automated system with FlashCORE III and LumenX programmers deliver revolutionary performance, best in class security and process control software at an unrivaled value to support Bosch’s production demands over the next 5 years.”
The newest generation of automotive infotainment and instrument cluster applications require tens of GigaBytes of data programmed during manufacturing. Traditional methods of in system programming in the automotive market were never designed to manage this much data at time of manufacturing. The LumenX programming platform is a breakthrough in programming technology optimized for the latest generation of eMMC and SPI NOR devices and large file sizes with the quality and security demanded by the automotive market. The combination of LumenX technology with the PSV7000 automated programming system delivers fast programming performance, high socket capacity, and process control and inspection applications to meet the demanding requirements for automotive electronics applications.
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