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This approach is known to be expensive, sacrifices precious time to volume (and profits), and many times delivers a product with unknown quality that could lead to higher field failure rates.
In this capacity, Gilbert developed field failure rate prediction methods for manufacturing and environmental-related field failures as well as introducing to Roche Diagnostics techniques for measuring the impact of manufacturing and environment on field failure rates.
TSMC's executives pointed out that some of the company's contract buyers of the chips have achieved field failure rate below 0.
The field failure rate of the computer was between 30% and 40%.
This enables memory modules delivered with Inphi logic to have the highest yields and lowest field failure rates.
He developed field failure rate prediction methods for manufacturing and environmental-related field failures and introduced techniques for measuring the impact of manufacturing and environment on field failure rates as well as introducing analytical techniques for measuring life test results.
This results in low cost, higher performance systems with substantially longer MTBF and reduced field failure rates.
The paper, entitled "Solid-State Storage is a Cost-Effective Replacement for Hard Drives in Many Applications," cites data that indicates hard drive field failure rates are up to 15 times greater than what is reported in many data sheet specifications.