Recorded Webinar:

Custom Interposers to Replace Unavailable Components


Adapting to Semiconductor and IC Supply Constraints

ISI is leveraging our deep experience with IC obsolescence solutions to solve our customers’ component supply problems with customized interposers to match their existing PCB footprint. Watch this webinar to learn how ISI can help your organization circumvent supply shortages through the development of IC adapters and interposers. ISI can design and manufacture a replacement device to emulate your original IC and fit an existing PCB footprint. Our alternative solutions help to keep your production line up and running while avoiding costly board re-spins and gray market buys.

This webinar is designed to educate the audience about the different types of adapters we can produce to replace unavailable or outdated ICs. Our expert panelists provide real-world examples and an overview of our collaborative process for developing and manufacturing footprint conversion adapters for various applications. The presentation is followed by a question and answer session with our panelists.

ISI's Co-Development Process

Working with the ISI team is a highly collaborative engagement. The initial requirements customers bring are the starting point, but the big benefit comes as our engineers work to propose various solutions, including pros and cons of each. Those solutions include what many competitors can’t offer, which is in-house execution of nearly all aspects of the project.

Exchange technical details with customer to define challenges and establish scope of the project. 

Assess likelihood of achieving the desired outcome and estimate the required engineering effort.

A quote will be issued to include NRE charges, price for prototypes and production volumes, and timeline for completion.

Design work begins with a particular focus on manufacturability. Frequent technical exchanges with the customer ensure a design that meets their expectations.

Upon customer approval, ISI initiates orders with suppliers and starts developing tools, molds, fixtures, and other custom equipment as required.

After satisfactory prototype testing and customer approval, product is released for volume production. 

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