How can semiconductor companies make their product innovation even more profitable? By moving beyond technical prowess. By retooling innovation for a modern lifecycle management approach for digital continuity. This white paper is based on a Tech-Clarity survey of 277 semiconductor and high-tech professionals to find out how semiconductor companies manage product development and product lifecycles.
This survey is now closed. Please check out our Active Research page for additional Tech-Clarity survey opportunities. The findings are now available. How do semiconductor companies and their customers effectively manage the fast-moving lifecycle of their products? Please share your experiences and opinions in this new semiconductor and electronics industry-focused lifecycle management survey if you
What software capabilities will help you improve how you integrate mechanical, electronics, and electrical designs? Tech-Clarity’s buyer’s guide, How to Select the Ideal Solution for Today’s Smart Products: Buyer’s Guide for Electrical Design, explores this question. As companies strive to make modern products smarter, innovative and more affordable, the integration of mechanical, electrical and electronic
Why has Siemens entered the EDA space? How do Siemens PLM and Mentor Graphics complement each other? Do customers see a benefit? Has it been a success? This post analyzes how Mentor Graphics fits into the Siemens PLM’s portfolio and the strategy for the combined company. This segment is a continuation of our perspective on the Siemens
Are you making your products smarter? Are you feeling pressure to add software and electronics? Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new survey on transforming product design to develop smart products. The survey explores challenges you should be aware of, the impacts of those challenges, and how to avoid them. We will explore
Issue in Focus: Mastering the Development of Smart Products – Raising Process and Systems Maturity to Improve Quality and Time-to-Market discusses the impacts that developing “smart” products has on product design and development. The report shares best practices for developing these products and managing the complexity arising from the integration of mechanical, electrical, and software design elements