|CMX-FFS is the standard edition flash
file system for embedded systems developers and includes 100%
Failsafe, Multiple volumes, Wear-leveling, Directories, Boot sector
support, and Standard drivers for NOR Flash chips as well as RAM.
CMX-FFS-NAND is a NAND Flash driver that also can be purchased
with CMX-FFS and includes 100% Failsafe, Wear-leveling, and ECC
CMX-FFS-TINY is specifically designed for certain characteristics
in the flash being used. In this way it is possible to get efficient,
fail-safe flash on devices with minimal resources. CMX-FFS-TINY-BW
This system is for use with any flash devices with small erasable
sectors (typically <4K) and in which data can be written
in either byte or word units. Typical devices include MSP430
internal flash, SST serial flash and many more.
CMX-FFS-TINY-ST This system is for use with ST serial flash
CMX-FFS-TINY-DF This system is for use with Atmel DataFlash.
CMX-FFS-TINY-RAM This system is for use as a RAM Drive.
CMX-FFS-FAT is a full-featured file system for embedded systems
developers who wish to add devices to their products that require
FAT12/16/32 compliant media to be attached to them and includes
Long filenames, Multiple Volumes, and the following Drivers:
Compact Flash (True IDE and Memory I/O), MMC/SD (SPI S/W or
H/W) and RAM.
CMX-FFS-SAFE-FAT is a full featured FAT12/16/32 compatible
file system offering the same capabilities as CMX-FFS-FAT with
the addition of safety from unexpected resets.
CMX-FAT-BL Reliable Bootloader provides the ability to update
your product from an SD card of other similar media types. CMX-FAT-BL
is installed as a permanent bootstub and, based on the developers'
design, CMX-FAT-BL can automatically check the SD or other media
card for a new image and upload it to the target.
CMX-FFS-THIN is a scalable, reduced footprint file system designed
for integration with 8-bit or 16-bit embedded processors with
limited resources and includes FAT 12/16/32, Long file names,
and the following Drivers: Compact Flash (True IDE and Memory
I/O), MMC/SD (SPI S/W or H/W) and RAM.