Datalight to Demonstrate Windows CE File System Comparison at Flash Memory Summit
Datalight will be giving a live demonstration showing the performance and reliability advantage of its flash file system over the default file system included with Windows CE. Datalight is one of the sponsors of the Flash Memory Summit, and will be giving a presentation on wear leveling and hosting an Executive Session.
“We have participated in the Summit since its inception, and we are proud to sponsor the fourth year of this event,” said Datalight Director of Engineering, Ken Whitaker. “FMS plays a vital role in the flash community by creating a space for idea exchange, a venue for sharing new developments and a forum to discuss standards that will determine the course of memory technology. We are excited to learn about and contribute to this year’s breakthroughs.”
Datalight, Inc. headquartered just north of Seattle, Wash., develops technologies to enable risk-free mobile data. Datalight file system and device driver software ensures reliability, performance and flexibility, and is used worldwide on many of today’s most well-known devices.
The Reliance family of file systems and FlashFX family of flash media managers comprise the Datalight flash file system solution. Reliance was designed from the ground up for high reliability applications. Dynamic Transaction Point™ technology provides 100% immunity from file corruption, even after unexpected system interruption. Embedded applications can benefit from faster boot times that remain consistent for the life of the product, regardless of disk size. FlashFX™ Pro features pre-written support for over 300 flash parts, works with virtually any NAND controller, and features wear leveling, bad block management, and background compaction for unrivaled performance. Datalight flash file system products are also available on Linux and other operating systems.
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