Circuit 101: Ensure the highest quality for your ICs, with on-time delivery and minimal costs.
Talent 101’s Testing as a Service (TaaS) is an outsourcing model in which testing activities are performed by Talent 101 staff rather than our customer’s employees. Our Testing as a Service (TaaS) will maximize productivity customer’s testing process, production, and work in progress (WIP). Building vs. buying a Test Technician team is a question growing organizations face. Testing as a Service (TaaS) outsourcing initiatives are providing new alternatives.
Our customers develop complex semiconductor integrated circuit packages that require thorough testing by subjecting these packages to harsh environmental factors.
Our customers define all 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 testing services. Talent 101 manages and deploys its Test 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' test processes, production, work in progress (WIP), and availability of automated test equipment. Talent 101’s Test 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 Test Technician services. Talent 101 currently provides Test Technician services to Fortune 500 Semiconductor and IC Design companies.
Businesses and organizations have never been more dependent on the digital economy and the internet for growth. Cloud-based technologies have also made digital innovation much more vast and accessible to people. However, the greater the virtual infrastructure, the greater exposure to security risks businesses face.
As we head toward the fall season, semiconductor players are finding creative ways to continue developing technology and processes while adapting to a new normal. In the past few months, we’ve seen positive sales trends, creative fiction made from machine learning, silicon-based space technology, and new commercialized chipsets. In case you’ve missed anything, here’s a rundown of the latest news and breakthroughs in the semiconductor space:
As any engineer who has spent hours mulling over a malfunctioning piece of hardware can attest, nothing lasts forever. Years ago, finding defects wasn’t so complicated. But now, more features, complex packaging, and smaller nodes in modern technology make identifying defects more difficult. As a result, some devices never make it out of the lab— and others die in the fab.