Collecting, analyzing and utilizing data can pay big benefits for design productivity, reliability, and yield.
The semiconductor ecosystem is scrambling to use data more effectively in order to increase the productivity of design teams, improve yield in the fab, and ultimately increase reliability of systems in the field.
Data collection, analysis, and utilization is at the center of all these efforts and more. Data can be collected at every point in the design-through-manufacturing flow and into the field, and it can be looped back into current and future designs to prevent costly glitches or failures, or pushed forward to prevent unwanted interactions between software and hardware….
To read the full Semiconductor Engineering article by Ann Mutschler, click here.