Eltan partners with DediProg
Eltan partners with DediProg to offer SPI Flash Tools in EMEA.
Den Dungen, The Netherlands and Taipei, Taiwan, Feb 10, 2010 Eltan BV and DediProg, today announced cooperation to provide SPI Flash Tools for the EMEA market.
SPI Flash is a very popular memory technology used for code shadowing in Ram by current designs and for XIP code in future designs taking advantage of the Dual and Quad IO mode. SPI flash memory is low cost and available from many suppliers such as SST, Numonyx, ATMEL etc.
“To answer the growing demand of SPI Flash update during development, debugging, repairing and production, Dediprog has developed a full range of innovative solutions optimized for SPI Flash which fit today and future customers needs” says Gerard Duynisveld CEO of Eltan. We are very pleased to extend our offering on “Core” technology engineering and tools for design of new and production of current products with the DediProg SPI Flash tools.
“Eltan provides professional BIOS and hardware design services for the x86 market. Eltan is known for providing added support and tools to their customers to get new designs to market” says Jean-christian Martin-Garrin Marketing director of DediProg. “By partnering with Eltan we combine our resources to serve the EMEA market needs for flash tools and support”
As of today all DediProg tools, programmers, emulators and debuggers can be ordered at Eltan.
About Eltan B.V.
Eltan is specialized in (embedded) PC and Communication Technology, hardware design, BIOS, drivers, operating systems, and in bringing products to market. Since its inception, Eltan has been an independent engineering company for Phoenix BIOS implementation. Eltan has an impressive list of satisfied customers across Europe, Middle East, India, Africa and the US and the technical experience and short communication channels to establish long-term relations with satisfied customers
DediProg aims to provide innovative and optimized solutions to answer the highest customers requirements using Flash update during development, debugging and repairing (on board programming, off line, backup Flash, Emulator..).