Mentor Announces New On-Demand Webinar

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Why should PCB designers consider testability in their designs? Because the existing approach to DFT is too reactive. 
Testability considerations occur too late in the design cycle, resulting in defects that slip by undetected or require an expensive functional test to catch. This reactive approach leads to reduced quality, scrapped boards, and increased costs—which means that product targets are missed, business plans are not met, and bonuses are not paid. 
To help designers take a more proactive approach to testability, Mentor, A Siemens Business, has announced an on-demand webinar that provides specific steps they can take to build proactive testability strategies.
For more information, click here.


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