Semiconductor companies face critical obstacles regarding high integrity levels of security while continually trying to reduce SoC time to market, offer value and remain cost efficient. Ahead of IQPC's ISO 26262 to Semiconductors in the US, Oscar Ballan from Xilinx explains some of the keys to a solid application of Part 11.
Part 11 represents an adaptation of ISO 26262 specifically to semiconductor devices to facilitate the application of the standard’s requirements. However, semiconductor developers must address several key considerations in order to successfully apply Part 11 to their devices. Gustavo Espinosa addresses some of these considerations by way of example of the application of Part 11 to Intel’s products.
Jyotila Athavale, Principal Engineer Senior Functional Safety and RAS Architect at Intel Corporation, explains how System Radiation Testing helps to accurately model transient reliability for safety critical platforms compared to the traditional methodology of bottom-up individual component characterization. Download this exclusive article to learn more.