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Windows Mobile 5.0 software support for DiskOnChip
Ilse Jurriƫn : July 7th 2005 - 10:00 CET
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M-SystemsWindows Mobile 5.0 software support for DiskOnChip : M-Systems announced the availability of software support for its DiskOnChip product line for Windows Mobile 5.0. Support includes a block device driver that emulates the functionality of a hard drive, enhanced boot support including support for the Windows Mobile "paging-on-demand" feature specially tailored for boot from NAND-based devices, and a wide range of tools for development and mass production. Also supported is the Windows Mobile 5.0 persistent storage feature, which allows all user data to be saved directly onto the DiskOnChip embedded flash drive instead of within SDRAM, reducing associated costs, ensuring all user data virtually forever, and improving battery life.
Windows Mobile 5.0 software support for DiskOnChipNAND-based embedded flash drive
DiskOnChip, a multi-level cell (MLC) NAND-based embedded flash drive (EFD) with capacities ranging up to one gigabyte, is ideally suited for multimedia applications such as mega pixel photography, music playback and video download or record. Utilized by six of the top seven mobile handset manufacturers and integrated within more than 50 percent of Windows Mobile-based smartphones, DiskOnChip is a proven and mature non-volatile storage solution that helps to reduce time to market for handset vendors.

Global handset industry - Forecast
"A growth engine of the global handset industry is converged devices (smartphones and wireless PDAs). From 5 million units sold globally in 2001, we forecast compound annual growth of more than 30 percent to 100 million units by the end of 2007," said Chris Ambrosio, director of the Wireless Device Strategies Service for Strategy Analytics. "Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices are becoming one of the preferred mobility solutions for IT managers in large corporations, as well as for individual business users. We estimate over 4 million Microsoft Windows Mobile-based converged devices were sold globally in 2004, and project this figure will grow to over 23 million units by the end of 2007."

M-Systems DiskOnChip - Expands to Windows Mobile 5.0
"With improved functionality, new applications, a more flexible design and better support for mass storage, we expect Windows Mobile 5.0 to further strengthen the momentum of Microsoft in the mobile market," said Ariel Moshkovitz, vice president of marketing for M-Systems' mobile division. "DiskOnChip and its TrueFFS flash management software provide developers of Windows Mobile-based devices with immediate access to the most cost-effective, reliable, and feature-rich embedded flash drive in the smartphone industry."

Windows Mobile 5.0 software platform
"M-Systems has a history of providing fast and reliable support for past Windows Mobile software platforms, and we're excited they've chosen to extend their support to Windows Mobile 5.0," said Jonas Hasselberg, group product manager, Mobile and Embedded Devices Division at Microsoft Corp. "DiskOnChip enables our customers to take advantage of the flexibility and power of the new Windows Mobile 5.0 software platform and protect their data against power loss, reduction of memory costs and improve battery life."

About M-Systems
M-Systems develops, manufactures and markets innovative flash-based data storage solutions for consumer electronics and embedded markets. The Company targets the fast growing multimedia mobile handset market with its DiskOnChip and MegaSIM solutions and the popular USB flash drive market with its DiskOnKey product.

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