RLP#1-12 Time to Reliability

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n this episode, I discuss the concept of “Time to Reliability.” Time to Reliability is the time from design concept until it is a product performing to its reliability goals in the customer’s hands. In a traditional design process, this is often not the same as “Time to Market.” A low-reliability product release will have a “Recovery” phase after the initial release. This post-release phase requires engineering resources and great expense to both the manufacturer and the customer. The recovery phase concludes once the product is performing to its intended reliability goals. In a highly mature product development process, Time to Reliability and Time to Market are the same.

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