Big Data Optimizes Semiconductors and Systems (.PDF Download)

Oct. 16, 2015

With over 200 billion of semiconductor devices expected to ship in 2015, making sure they’re all acceptable for their target market creates an interesting challenge for test and quality-control engineers. Smart design and test teams have employed steadily improving real-time data analysis to help balance quality and quantity. Now, “big-data” analysis is turning its focus to systems by tracking components to ensure optimum performance matching, while also accelerating the system debug process...

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