Optimal+ to Discuss Real-Time Electronic Chip Traceability at the Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials
By Business Wire News
By Business Wire News
Optimal+ Director of Business Development, Yaacov De Russo, will present at the Surface Mount Technology Association’s (SMTA) Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials on June 28, 2016 at the University of Maryland. Mr. De Russo will discuss how big data solutions can secure the electronics and semiconductor supply chain from counterfeit parts through real-time, electronic chip traceability.
The presentation will focus on how real-time big data solutions can address the electronics counterfeiting problem by:
- Collecting data on all forms of chip ID (ECID or PUF)
- Comparing chip IDs throughout the supply chain to support authentication and traceability
- Identifying chip package information with Certificate of Compliance (CofC) information to provide additional verification and confirmation that the chip flowed through authorized supply chain partners
- Securely connecting OEMS, CMs and OCMs to ensure the supply chain’s integrity
About the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA)
The Surface Mount Technology Association is a non-profit international association of companies and individuals (totaling 4,000) involved in all aspects of advanced electronics assembly, surface mount and related technologies. The association is dedicated to the advancement of the electronics industry through member education and interaction. Local chapters are in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, India, Israel, Malaysia, Taiwan, and China. Educational programs, symposia, and seminars are held throughout the year in various locations in the U.S. and Canada.
Optimal+ is a global provider of Manufacturing Intelligence software solutions, enabling semiconductor and electronics companies to seamlessly aggregate, organize and act upon the global manufacturing and test data they generate across their internal and external supply chains to measurably improve yield, quality and productivity. The company’s real-time, Big Data analytics solutions are deployed in virtually every major foundry and OSAT currently serving the semiconductor ecosystem, processing over 35 billion chips every year on behalf of its customers and ushering in an era of unprecedented supply chain visibility that translates into strong and measurable ROI. For more information, visit www.optimalplus.com.
Marianne Dempsey, 508-475-0025 x115