I am looking for reliability test data for four Intel part numbers in order to calculate failure rates. These parts are complex and the MIL-HDBK-217 is not capable of calculating an appropriate failure rate. The parts are:
Test data has proven to be a suitable means for calculating failure rates.
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For FPGA products: 2021 reliability report is made and uploaded into RDC.
The 2021 Reliability report of our PSG legacy products (20nm and older technologies) is available in Intel’s RDC System. Refer below link.
Content ID: 653451
Document title: 2021 Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) Reliability Monitoring Report
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Keyword: 2021 reliability monitoring
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