Advice to OEM System Designers


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In our previous survey, we asked the following question: "What advice would you give an OEM system designer?" Here are just a few of the replies, slightly edited for clarity.

Jim Pierce, Axiom Electronics: "Push vendors to adapt to newer, more complete technology; find ways to work together to smooth out transition to better technology offering; and open database structure."

Chand Basha M, Anora Semiconductor Labs: "Always have good margin on designs in comparison to manufacturer capabilities, and run a thorough DFM check through at least two resources."

David Burch, BAE Applied Intelligence: "Plan, consult, and get feedback."

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