AVL Testing and Validation FAQ
What is DRAM testing?
There are many types of DRAM tests but most can be organized as either pre
or post production tests. Pre-production testing involves the validation
and qualification tests that verify compliance to specifications and
Why is testing and validation important?
Validation testing ensures that designs are compliant and serves as a "known
good point" for suppliers and manufactures. It helps reduce costs and time to
Who is using validation type services?
All OEM's, DRAM suppliers, and chip manufactures go through a validation
process prior to production or commercial release.
What happens after the testing or validation?
The results of the test are communicated to the requesting agency and the
conforming modules are posted on a dedicated web site for publication and reference.
Is the validation a controlled process?
The validation process is a controlled process from beginning to end. The
process is often predetermined by industry standards or customer protocols.
For more information about AVL's process, click here.
What qualifies AVL to do such high grade testing?
With its extensive engineering expertise AVL has performed
validation tests for PC OEM's, DRAM suppliers and chip manufacturers.
What type of testing is required for validation?
Various types of tests are part of the validation process; temperature
testing, power testing, functional tests and stress testing.
What specific tests are conducted?
There are several tests that comprise the validation suite, they include;
Are these the only tests that AVL performs or offers?
- Ambient temperature testing
- Functional stress - read write patterns
- AC power cycling
- SPD check
- Power management
- Thermal stress testing
No, AVL supports many different tests and services. General services and
capabilities include both standard and custom test routines.
Is there any special equipment required?
Yes, AVL administers the tests with the latest test equipment.
Do engineers perform and control the testing?
Yes, AVL conducted tests are administered and controlled by dedicated engineers.
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