SuperBoost is cutting edge technology giving customers the ability to achieve the highest programming speeds available on the market today for e.MMC devices.
What is SuperBoost?
SuperBoost is a field-upgradeable enhancement for FlashCORE III programmers that re-architects and optimizes the programming engine without making any hardware changes.
Designed to optimize programming speed for high density devices such as e.MMC and embedded SD device, SuperBoost allows customers to program some devices at theoretical maximum speed for the devices.
Customers who are on an APS (Annual Programmer Support) agreement will automatically receive SuperBoost as part of the latest FlashCORE update. Data I/O is committed to continually improve the performance and capabilities of our programmer architecture giving our customers the ability to keep up with the latest technology. SuperBoost is another example of the value customers on APS contracts receive.
Achieve Amazing Programming Speeds and Throughput
With SuperBoost and FlashCORE III, you can achieve maximum programming speeds while significantly increasing production throughput for high density devices.
Some example e.MMC devices that have had the SuperBoost speed-up applied
Devices using the JEDEC e.MMC interface—including
- e.MMC 4.41
- Samsung MoviNAND
- Toshiba e.MMC
- Micron e.MMC
- Hynix e-NAND
- Phison ECC-NAND
- SanDisk iNAND
—all benefit from SuperBoost.
How Do I Know If My Device Has Had The SuperBoost Applied?
Algorithms which have SuperBoost optimization applied will be denoted by the following icon in the search results hardware config field:
What if My e.MMC Device Does Not Have SuperBoost?
Data I/O is in the process of applying the SuperBoost feature to all e.MMC device algorithms. However, there may be a few devices that haven't been completed yet. If your device supports the e.MMC protocol and does not have SuperBoost applied, you can submit a Device Support Request here and our team of algorithm engineers will apply the SuperBoost optimization as soon as possible.
What Programmers Support SuperBoost Algorithms?
Any Data I/O programmer with the FlashCORE III programming engine can use the SuperBoost feature. If you do not have a FlashCORE III programmer, you can upgrade your existing programmers to FlashCORE III. Also, if you would like more information or to request a quote for a programming system, click the links below.