DfR Solutions launches Sherlock automated design analysis software

COLLEGE PARK, Md., 4 April 2011. DfR Solutions, a provider of quality, reliability, and durability (QRD) research and consulting for the electronics industry, has launched its Sherlock automated design analysis software for analyzing, grading, and certifying the expected reliability of products at the circuit card assembly level. The software tool is designed to enable electronics manufacturers to design product reliability earlier in the product development process, contributing to quicker time to market, reduced development costs, improved customer satisfaction, and higher profits.

COLLEGE PARK, Md., 4 April 2011. DfR Solutions, a provider of quality, reliability, and durability (QRD) research and consulting for the electronics industry, has launched its Sherlock automated design analysis software for analyzing, grading, and certifying the expected reliability of products at the circuit card assembly level. The software tool is designed to enable electronics manufacturers to design product reliability earlier in the product development process, contributing to quicker time to market, reduced development costs, improved customer satisfaction, and higher profits.

“Product reliability is critical to profitability in electronics manufacturing,” says Craig Hillman, PhD, the CEO and founder of DfR Solutions. “With results in hours instead of days, Sherlock enables design and reliability engineers in the electronics manufacturing industry to develop better, more reliable products quicker and more efficiently.

“In addition, by incorporating elements of Physics-of-Failure, this tool allows organizations to keep up with the latest industry and government specifications and requirements,” Hillman adds. “The response to this tool has been fantastic, with especially strong interest from companies servicing the telecom, enterprise, automotive, and alternative energy markets.”

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