Teradyne Boosts Memory Testing System for Mobile and Tablets

- May 22nd, 2019

Teradyne (NASDAQ:TER), a company that provides testing equipment for memory storage in mobile phones and tablets announced that it has upgraded itsMagnum VU memory testing abilities. The company has increased its speed and memory capabilities for media processing, gaming and real-time performance within its new Universal Protocol Board for its Magnum VU memory test system. … Continued

Teradyne (NASDAQ:TER), a company that provides testing equipment for memory storage in mobile phones and tablets announced that it has upgraded itsMagnum VU memory testing abilities. The company has increased its speed and memory capabilities for media processing, gaming and real-time performance within its new Universal Protocol Board for its Magnum VU memory test system.

As quoted in the press release:

Magnum VU is a flexible, superset test platform that proves the performance and functionality of all NAND products, both cutting edge UFS 3.0 and PCIe Gen 4 mobile and automotive devices, as well as legacy NAND products such as UFS 2.1, PCIe Gen 3, e.MMC, ONFI and Toggle. Raw NAND for the solid-state drive (SSD) storage is also supported for enterprise and data center servers and personal computers.  Based on competitive benchmarks, Teradyne believes the new UPBx makes Magnum VU the industry’s highest performance, highest throughput NAND Protocol test platform.

“The innovative features in the UPBx demonstrate the flexibility and performance of the Magnum VU, as well as our commitment to staying ahead of the market so our customers can embrace the latest memory technology and know that their Magnum tester will support that technology,” said Tim Moriarty, President of Teradyne’s Memory Business Unit. “It’s this execution and close attention to the market that has made the Magnum VU the de facto industry standard platform with over 80% market share.”

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