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Rochester Electronics LLC

  • Phoenix House 2 Phoenix Park Eaton Socon St. Neots Cambridgeshire
    PE19 8EP
    United Kingdom
  • +44 1480 408400
  • http://www.rocelec.com.
  • + 44 1480 407669

Rochester Electronics is the world's most comprehensive solution for mature and end-of-life semiconductors. We turn End-of-Life problems into Extension-of-Life® solutions that provide you with the authorized, guaranteed components you need for as long as you need them. Every day, in industries all over the world, critical semiconductors become unavailable from the original manufacturer, even though there is a continuing need for them.

Rochester Electronics LLC Articles

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Component Management
17th November 2010
Rochester Electronics Expands its Space-Level Manufacturing Services

Rochester Electronics has expanded its space-level continuing manufacturing services and product offering to provide a continuous, long-term source of certified semiconductor devices. Since many manufacturers are discontinuing production of space-level parts due to the rigorous certification processes and expansive infrastructure required to manufacture, test, and store these low-volume parts, customers are often left with few places to turn for ...

Test & Measurement
15th November 2010
Rochester Electronics Assures Accurate, Comprehensive Testing

Selecting the proper fault models, methodologies, implementation techniques, and test facilities appropriate for each of today's IC chips is a complex science. Rochester Electronics has founded its Original Engineering-Driven Test Protocol on continuing manufacturing agreements with original semiconductor manufacturers and the advanced expertise of Rochester's dedicated test engineers. Rochester Electronics ensures that the proper test techniques...

Analysis
10th November 2010
Rochester Electronics re-creates semiconductor die, chip, and package to provide a complete replication solution...

Rochester Electronics, the world's largest authorized manufacturer and distributor of end-of-life and mature semiconductors, has re-created the Intersil Corporation (formerly of Harris Corporation) avionics-level HIP0081 quad-inverting power drives with serial diagnostic interface devices. Rochester's Semiconductor Replication ProcessTM (SRPTM) guarantees that the Rochester-manufactured parts exactly match the form, fit, and function of the origi...

Analysis
19th October 2010
Rochester Electronics Provides Semiconductor Replication Process With Guaranteed Product Performance and Reliability

Rochester Electronics is proving that the combination of semiconductor re-creation and continuing manufacturing is a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to system re-design when critical semiconductors are no longer available from the original manufacturer. As the world's largest authorized manufacturer of discontinued semiconductors, Rochester Electronics has established a process that provides customers with a replica device that matches...

Analysis
18th August 2010
Rochester Electronics Provides Continuous Support Of Altera’s Field Programmable Gate Arrays

Rochester Electronics has been selected as an authorized distributor of Altera Corporation's legacy and end-of-life (EOL) field programmable gate array (FPGA) devices. Rochester has acquired finished devices as well as wafer/die, intellectual property, test programs, and test equipment from Altera to extend the long-term availability of many mission-critical Altera semiconductor devices. These devices include the EP1810, EP610, and EP910 product ...

Analysis
19th May 2010
Rochester Electronics Receives EN 9120 Certification

Rochester Electronics has certified its facility in Newburyport, Mass to EN 9120:2002 requirements, the aerospace quality management system for stockist distributors. The EN 9120:2002 certification provides suppliers with a comprehensive quality system focused on areas directly impacting aerospace distribution. The EN 9120:2002 standard addresses chain of custody, traceability, quality control, availability of records and counterfeit awareness.

Analysis
18th March 2010
Rochester Electronics Re-creates, Manufactures Critical End-Of-Life Semiconductors, Enabling Customers To Avoid System Re-qualification

Rochester Electronics, the world’s largest authorized manufacturer of discontinued semiconductors, provides authorized reverse-engineering services to re-create, manufacture and distribute pin-for-pin replacement parts with matched cycle for cycle timing for aftermarket semiconductor devices. Through its unique Rochester Semiconductor Replication Process (SRP™), customers can avoid system re-qualification steps as the Rochester-designed and m...

Analysis
18th March 2010
Rochester Electronics Introduces Continuing Support of Intel IXF1002 Media Access Controller

Rochester Electronics, the world’s largest authorized manufacturer of discontinued semiconductors, is announcing that it will provide, under a license from Intel®, continuing manufacturing and customer support for Intel’s IXF1002 Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC), which facilitates simple network management protocol (SNMP) and remote monitoring (RMON) management in gigabit Ethernet server environments.

Analysis
18th March 2010
Rochester Electronics Provides Reliable, Authorized Source For Numonyx Forte M25P Serial Flash Memory Family

Rochester Electronics provides a stable and genuine source of Numonyx’s Forte M25P family of serial flash memory semiconductor devices. Providing 512 Kbits of flash memory, SPI bus compatible serial interface, fast system speed, sequential read capability, and low power consumption in a small package, the Numonyx Forte M25P serial flash family offers added value to both high- and low-end applications. Rochester has more than 1,783,000 Forte M2...

Analysis
21st January 2010
Rochester Provides Continuing Support of Intel IXF1002

Rochester Electronics, the world's largest authorized manufacturer of discontinued semiconductors, is announcing that it will provide, under a license from Intel, continuing manufacturing and customer support for Intel's IXF1002 Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC), which facilitates simple network management protocol (SNMP) and remote monitoring (RMON) management in gigabit Ethernet server environments.

Analysis
9th October 2009
Rochester Electronics transforms semiconductor end-of-life into Extension-of-Life

Rochester Electronics, the comprehensive and authorized source for discontinued semiconductors, provides continuing manufacturing and customer support for semiconductor products that are being discontinued by the original manufacturer. As part of the Extension-of-Life process, Rochester Electronics acquires the original manufacturer’s remaining inventory, including packaged devices, finished devices, die, intellectual property, tooling, test pr...

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