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Pioneer in Obsolescence Management and Legacy Sustainment for embedded technology

  • The gap between EOL and your needs—why PLM doesn’t always work

    The gap between EOL and your needs—why PLM doesn’t always work

    Reassessing your company’s approach to legacy sustainment is a critical step in minimizing stress and maximizing profits. Since the early 1950s, product life-cycle management (PLM) has been the commercial best practice for managing value and lifetime profitability of products and systems. However, as technology has advanced exponentially, so have the needs of managing products with […]

  • 5 Common Miscalculations OEMs Make That Impede Effective Proactive Obsolescence  Management

    5 Common Miscalculations OEMs Make That Impede Effective Proactive Obsolescence Management

    …and What You Can Do Embedded and Application OEMs both face issues with their customers when product life cycles are longer than originally anticipated. Thinking critically about servicing systems past component EOL notices is vital for effective forecasting and maintenance, not only for end users but for manufacturers as well. Paying attention to the following […]

  • 7 Perspectives about Legacy Engineering

    7 Perspectives about Legacy Engineering

    Once component EOL notices have been issued and COTS embedded boards are discontinued, the processes for keeping your embedded systems vital drastically changes and so must your overall thinking about them. When the supply chain is active, acquiring the boards and components you need requires simply placing an order. Extending or even reviving a product […]

  • Legacy Manufacturing: Where Discontinued Embedded Boards Still Have a Future

    Legacy Manufacturing: Where Discontinued Embedded Boards Still Have a Future

    With technology advancing at lightning speed and embedded boards being EOL’d  sometimes even while a system is still in the design phase, new methods and ways of thinking must be introduced to meet the needs of programs and applications with long lifecycles. When embedded boards become obsolete, a Legacy Manufacturer can step in and provide […]

  • What is a Legacy Equipment Manufacturer (LEM)?

    What is a Legacy Equipment Manufacturer (LEM)?

    Once your electronic embedded board has reached EOL, but your system still needs to be viable, you will want to talk with an experienced equipment manufacturer that specializes in legacy sustainment. A Legacy Equipment Manufacturer (LEM) is a specialized embedded board producer that supports and services embedded board level products after OEM’s are no longer […]

  • Legacy Assurance vs. Just in Time (JIT) Procurement

    Legacy Assurance vs. Just in Time (JIT) Procurement

    Innovative ways of thinking are tantamount to making changes in procedural methods. Just in Time (JIT) procurement for acquiring EOL’d embedded boards is often not an option for Legacy Equipment Manufacturing (LEM). Once an EOL notice has been issued and the parts for your system are no longer in production you’ll want to know the […]

  • Robbing from Your Future to Service Your Past

    Robbing from Your Future to Service Your Past

    A Holistic Approach to Obsolescence with GDCA by Amelia Dalton The design cycle drum beats on. Your research and development team have been stressed for months. The constant push for “the next big thing” keeps you up at night. We’ve all been there. In this episode of Fish Fry, we look at how the ever-growing […]

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