Tessera Receives Job Development Investment Grant from North Carolina

Under the terms of the JDIG, for each year in which the company meets the required performance targets, the state will provide a grant equal to 65% of the state personal income withholding taxes derived from the creation of new jobs. Should the company create the jobs called for under the agreement and sustain them for nine years, the agreement could yield as much as $2.64 million in maximum benefits for Tessera Technologies.

The Flashstream Flash Vector programming system offers a fast flash programming of NAND and NOR flash memory at speeds as low as 2.5% over theoretical programming minimum. This speed is due to the creation of this company’s proprietary co-processor technology called Vector Engine, which accelerates flash memory waveforms during the programming cycle. Faster speeds are achieved through synchronous operations that eliminate the dead times when the DUT waits on the programmer. Designed for high-density flash, the Flashstream programs NAND and NOR Flash up to 32 Gb (gigabit) and has upgradeable RAM for future densities. It comes standard with 4191 Mb (32.7 Gb) memory per site that is upgradeable to handle future densities and communicates with USB 2.0 between the host PC and programmer. Multiple Flashstream units can be connected to one computer to run the same programming job in concurrent programming mode. BPM Microsystems, Houston, TX; www.bpmmicro.com.
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