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Extending the Life of Semiconductor Components

An Electronic Design-hosted webinar sponsored by Rochester Electronics, LLC

Originally broadcast on October 17, 2023. Now available On Demand.
Sponsor: Rochester Electronics, LL

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Semiconductor-driven electronic applications have become an integral part of our society in today's world. Each application brings forth unique challenges in terms of supply chain and manufacturing processes. In this webinar we delve into how longevity requirements vary and impact the supply of components and explores multiple options that can be employed to ensure the continuity of component supply along with the best practices for implementing a proven solution.

  • Discover how licensed manufacturing provides a proven solution to extend the lifecycle of semiconductor components.
  • Learn the best practices for product transfer to ensure seamless continuity of component supply.
  • Learn about what design and manufacturing capabilities are needed for the product transfer process.


Miranda Lawrence | Senior Project Manager | Rochester Electronics, LLC

Miranda Lawrence is a Senior Project Manager at Rochester Electronics managing projects involving plastic and hermetic package development, strategic product introductions, and product line transfers. She comes to Rochester with a Chemical Engineering Degree, a master’s degree in engineering management, and 8 years as a microfabrication and assembly process engineer at The Draper Lab in Cambridge, MA.

Daniel Deisz | Vice President, Design Technology | Rochester Electronics, LLC

With over 35 years of semiconductor design experience, Daniel Deisz is the Vice President 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.

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