ZDI Announces Sierra Circuits Flying Probe Test Systems Acquisition


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Zero Defects International (ZDI) has announced the acquisition by  Sierra Circuits of five state-of-the-art Seica flying probe test systems to perform testing on the printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) manufactured in Sierra's newly commissioned facility in San Jose, California. These testers enable myriad scenarios and are not limited to in-circuit-testing (ICT), boundary scan and functional testing.

Ken Bahl, Sierra CEO, mentioned selection factors including technical performance and equipment reliability but also the importance he placed upon ZDI's well known reputation for technical service and support. ZDI President, Michaela Brody, expressed appreciation for Sierra's selection in the context of a highly competitive environment for flying probe test systems.

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