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The Impact Of Test Engineers


As testing is at the end of each project, it’s often seen as a non-value-added necessity that just needs to be done. This is why Test Engineers often feel overlooked and undervalued. Previously, we explained why engineering managers should value their test engineers, and told them how to get the most out of their teams. Today we’ll explore how test engineers can learn to understand the... » read more

A Holistic Approach To Yield Management


At yieldHUB we work with consultants and semiconductor experts, like André van de Geijn, semiconductor expert and author of Collaboratism. He supports our customers on the west coast of the US. We asked him about the benefits of various yield management solutions (YMS). In this article we will explain the benefits with insights from André. Today, people look at their current problem an... » read more

The Unexpected Impact Of Lots On Hold


One of the biggest bottlenecks in any Subcon is Lots on Hold. The problem occurs many times a week on most factory floors. It’s something you’ve grown to loathe or endure. But, is there something you can do to reduce the amount of time lots spend on hold? In this article, we will explain what Lots on Hold are and how you can make the process less painful for your team and help improve on-ti... » read more

The Hidden Potential Of Test Engineers


Design engineers are seen as the cornerstone of new projects in many semiconductor companies, working away with the team to design the next product and making sure it meets all specifications. We pay little thought to the test engineer, who works in the shadows designing algorithms, hardware and software that could pass or fail each die. The test engineer is the last line of defense between... » read more