Available On Demand
Originally Broadcast: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Sponsor: Rochester Electronics
Duration: 30 Minutes
Already registered? Please click here to log in!
In today’s consumer-driven electronics markets many products have a limited shelf life and likewise the semiconductor components that drive these items have short lifecycles. However, there are a number of Industries that require semiconductor components to have a lifecycle of 20-30 years, including: Industrial, Automotive, Medical, and Aerospace and Defense. This can be very difficult and expensive both for the Original Component Manufacturers (OCMs) and the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) who relies on a continuous source of components for applications that can often be critical and lifesaving.
- This webinar outlines options available to extend semiconductor component product life cycles and delay obsolescence.
- The pros and cons of each option will be discussed while the viewer will learn of the various services and solutions available.
Daniel Deisz, Director, Design Technology, Rochester Electronics, LLC
With over 35 years of semiconductor design experience, Daniel Deisz is the Director of Design Technology at Rochester Electronics, based out of its Rockville, Maryland, office. In this role, his group performs all authorized product replications and customer-specific design solutions. Daniel is also an active member of the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (ACTF) for the SIA having trained more than 200 CBP/HSI agents.