Timing and signal analysis — the art of making sure memory soldered to a printed circuit board is functioning correctly and reliably — is hard. You need a lab full of instruments, you need to be good with a soldering iron and you need lots of time.
Or do you?
Enter Bill Filipiak, distinguished member of technical staff in Micron’s customer engineering lab organization. He’s rolling out a new tool — no oscilloscope required — that lets customers test and qualify memory chips in their designs faster and better than ever before. Better and faster — they’re always a good excuse for a conversation, don’t you think?
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