“The TUG 2011 Steering Committee is committed to developing a program that tackles the tough testing challenges for the full spectrum of ATE, and introduces Teradyne’s newest best practices that provide you with solutions that are relevant in your daily work.”
“As technology continues to evolve, it becomes increasingly important to put best practices in place,” said Tom Munns, consultant, Texas A&M University and TUG 2011 chairperson. “The TUG 2011 Steering Committee is committed to developing a program that tackles the tough testing challenges for the full spectrum of ATE, and introduces Teradyne’s newest best practices that provide you with solutions that are relevant in your daily work.”
Submissions for papers will be accepted on Teradyne ®, Nextest ®, and Eagle Test Systems ® products as well as platform-independent test technologies. Abstracts and outlines are due on or before November 5. Tracks for this year’s conference include Defense & Aerospace, Digital, Mixed Signal, Power Management/Automotive, RF Wireless, and Test Infrastructure & Production. To view a list of hot topics and to learn more about submitting an abstract for the 2011 conference, please visit the TUG Web site at http://www.teradyne.com/prods/tug/tughome.html.
The Teradyne Users Group (TUG) was started in 1983 by Teradyne customers as a way to share knowledge through technical papers, poster sessions and tutorials that present the latest in test technology. The event is open to all licensed users of Teradyne's test systems and software products and is held each year at rotating locations within the United States. TUG is managed by an annually elected steering committee of Teradyne users and Teradyne-appointed delegates.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2010, Teradyne (NYSE:TER) is a leading supplier of Automatic Test Equipment used to test complex electronics used in the consumer electronics, automotive, computing, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense industries. In 2009, Teradyne had sales of $819 million and currently employs more than 2,900 people worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.teradyne.com.