Identify root causes of failures and prevent failure recurrence in the future.
Failure Analysis (FA) is a critical aspect of product development, which helps us learn from the past and prevent future failures. Our Failure Analysis is an outsourcing model in which the analysis is performed by Talent 101 staff rather than our customer’s employees. Our Testing as a Service (TaaS) solution maximizes the productivity of our customer’s FA testing process, production, and work in progress (WIP). Building vs. buying a Failure Analysis Technician team is a question growing organizations face. Testing as a Service (TaaS) outsourcing initiatives are providing new alternatives. Our customers define all Failure Analysis test parameters. Talent 101 leads the adaptable staffing and resource alignment strategy.
Our customers drive the strategy with input from Talent 101 and have the oversight responsibility to validate Talent 101’s performance for our failure analysis services. Talent 101 manages and deploys its FA Technician resources on a day-to-day basis to meet the service level agreements (SLA) established in the contract. Our resource plans align with our customers FA test processes, production, work in progress (WIP), and availability of standard bench/Lab equipment. Talent 101’s FA Technicians are under the direction of the Talent 101 leadership team.
The benefits above are only a few of many different reasons why an organization should use Talent 101’s IC Failure Analysis Service. Talent 101 currently provides IC Failure Analysis Service to Fortune 500 Semiconductor and IC Design companies.
In 2020, hiring managers at tech companies face significant shortages of the talent they need to scale next-generation technology. As competition for the best skilled workers heats up in most chip industries, it’s important for engineering leaders to understand the major challenges for the future of the industry, and consider their priorities for workforce planning and development.
Let’s start with a breakdown of challenges facing the engineering workforce today:
As an engineering manager, you may have given plenty of feedback in the form of performance reviews or one-on-one meetings over the course of your career. But what happens when a global pandemic throws organizational goals and talent management off their usual course?
As we reach the halfway point of 2020, it’s time to catch up on what’s happened in the semiconductor space. While the pandemic led to an inevitable shakeup in many industry operations and consumer habits, new semiconductor developments have shown great promise for progress in the future. In the past few months, we saw big proposals impacting industry growth and leadership, record-setting solar breakthroughs, and even a new way to judge semiconductor progress.
In case you missed anything, here’s a rundown of the the latest news and breakthroughs in the chip field: