I am looking for FIT number for 10M04DAF256A7G. I reached out to the Intel support team which suggested I should look for reliability data for 10M04DAF256A7G through reaching out to the community forum.
Note/Request: Why can't Intel make Reliability data easily available (like other vendors) by posting data sheets on website or in the component datasheet rather than having to make a request through the community forum?
Thank you in advance for your help!
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I just moved your thread to the proper department for them to further assist you on this scenario as soon as possible.
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For your information, FPGA products reliability report is made and uploaded to RDC website. Refer to below link:
Now, customer needs to visit RDC site and get the report by themselves.
Once visit to RDC, the customer can use keyword in search box to look for the reliability report.
Keyword: 2021 reliability monitoring
Since the reliability report is Intel confidential information, the RDC registration is required by the customer with CNDA.
If the customer cannot find out or cannot access 2021 reliability report, the customer is required for RDC registration, please get the registration in the RDC website.
The following links are direct links to understand about RDC access.
Resource & Design Center (RDC) - RDC User Guide
How to Get Access - RDC User Guide
How Do I Request an Intel Resource & Design Center (RDC) Account?
Register for a Developer Zone Premier Account
How to Sign In - RDC User Guide
When anyone download the RDC document from the RDC website, the downloaded document shows a watermark at all pages of the document background. That watermark is one’s own e-mail address.
We recommend that the customer perform self-registration to get the access to confidential RDC document.
To know the MTBF or Failure-in-time rate (FIT), you may refer to the following solution:
Hope this helps!
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