SOURCE: Datalight

July 19, 2006 14:28 ET

Datalight Director of Engineering, Robert Krantz, to Speak at Flash Memory Summit

Company to Sponsor and Exhibit at First Annual Gathering of Major Industry Players

BOTHELL, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 19, 2006 -- Datalight Inc., the premiere supplier of device data storage software for flash memory solutions that eliminates data corruption, announced that Robert Krantz, Director of Engineering, will be speaking on two high-demand topics at the Flash Memory Summit to be held August 8-10, 2006 at the Wyndham Hotel in San Jose, Calif.

Storage has rapidly moved beyond PCs and networks, and has become critical for such mass market consumer devices such as mobile phones, cameras and music players. For over 20 years Datalight has earned a reputation for offering design engineers the ability to get market faster, save money and reduce development time.

Additionally, the company is a Silver sponsor and exhibitor at this prestigious event designed to address the needs of hardware and software engineers who seek more hands-on information when making flash memory design considerations. For more information on the Flash Memory Summit or to register, go to www.flashmemorysummit.com.

Krantz was selected to present on two topics that are strategically important to the flash memory and embedded systems industry:

--  A highly entertaining and informative tutorial on the convergence of
    NAND and NOR scheduled for Tuesday, August 8, from 9:30 to 10:00 am.
--  A panel discussion on Flash Software Analysis on Embedded Operating
    Systems -- Embedded Applications -- to be held on Wednesday, August 9 from
    2 to 3:30 pm.
    
Robert Krantz Bio

Robert provides executive management and technology leadership on all aspects of Datalight's software engineering functions. He is responsible for the company's product lines including 4GR™, Reliance™, FlashFX®, FlashFX® Pro, ROM-DOS™, and new product development. Previously, he has held a variety of other roles within the company including technical support, project management and product development. During that time he has spoken at a variety of industry events, contributed articles within such publications as Industrial Embedded Systems, Circuit Cellar and EE Times.

About Datalight

Datalight, headquartered just north of Seattle, Wash., develops technologies to reliably manage data in embedded devices. Datalight's file system, device drivers and operating system software ensures reliability, performance and flexibility and is available worldwide on many of today's most well-known mobile devices. For more information, see http://www.datalight.com/ or call 800.221.6630.

Contact Information

  • For information, contact:
    Pam Miller
    The KMC Group for Datalight
    425.450.9965
    Email Contact