Over the last few years the reasons behind data migration have changed. Historically the driving basis for data migration was the creation and qualification of a second source for manufacturing of a product. Shortened life cycles and shortened time to market for the end chips have now made the “second source” requirements for most products obsolete.
- Product Family
- Data Migration
- Manufacturing Facility
- Shorten Life Cycle
- Derivative Product
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Chatterjee, P. (2003). Reasons for Data Migration. In: Legacy Data: A Structured Methodology for Device Migration in DSM Technology. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-0241-8_3
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