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Using the General Log-Linear Model in ALTA PRO for Thermal Cycling

Having higher reliability than competitors is one of the key factors for success. This is especially true for the electronics industry. The reliability of electronic products can be predicted based on the design, the manufacturing process and the expected operating conditions. There are many different approaches for reliability estimation such as standards based reliability prediction, physics of failure and life testing. ReliaSoft's ALTA PRO employs a physics of failure approach and can be used to analyze test data for single or multiple stress conditions. In this article, we will analyze accelerated test data using the Norris-Landzberg model for lead-free solder joint low-cycle fatigue, by using the general log-linear (GLL) model in ALTA PRO.


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Introducing HBM Prenscia — a New Platform to Unite ReliaSoft and nCode

The creation of HBM Prenscia, a new strategic segment of HBM, was announced this month. HBM Prenscia leverages nCode and ReliaSoft products to deliver solutions in the disciplines of durability, data analysis and reliability. Prenscia Access, a new token-based licensing system, allows unprecedented use of all nCode and ReliaSoft desktop applications across the organization, depending on available tokens. Empower your organization by streamlining your engineering processes. Visit for more information.


Tesla Motors Announced as Keynote Speaker at ARS North America

Later this month, you won't want to miss the Applied Reliability Symposium in San Diego, California. Georgios Sarakakis, Senior Manager of Reliability Engineering for Tesla Motors, will speak on The First Two Billion All-Electric Miles: Enabling Reliability of Disruptive Technologies for the Keynote Address. The ARS event runs from June 21 - 23 and features 30 results-oriented presentations, 4 expert tutorials and plenty of networking opportunities. To register, visit:


Register Today to Save – 2016 ARS India

Make your plans to attend the International Applied Reliability Symposium (ARS) India from August 10 - 12 in Bangalore. Register now until July 15th to receive a discount. This year's symposium offers 28 presentations and 1 group session. View the program here:

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