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Glenn.Woppman
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Re: Manuf test challenges
Glenn.Woppman   8/6/2013 1:14:12 PM
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That's what our big users are telling us, Janine. Some of the old tools paradigms are breaking down. To see how this is playing out in the real world as far as actual tools go, take a look at this: http://www.asset-intertech.com/Home/The_Story_of_ASSET_and_Arium

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Manuf test challenges
JanineLove   8/2/2013 6:46:13 PM
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Glenn says, "You see, chip, circuit board, and system designers are finding it increasingly difficult to migrate their work out of the design department and into manufacturing." I'm wondering, is this consistent with anyone else's experience? How has this process changed during your career?



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