In today's tech-savvy world, growing demand for portable consumer electronic devices, public and personal surveillance systems, or even remote working, has become the driving force of the multimedia chipset market. Players within the market aim to design chipsets that deliver ultra-high video resolution and audio quality with faster data transmission, while offering cost savings to their end customers in a squeezed product life cycle.
In this webinar, we will talk about how Chroma 3680 advanced SoC test system fits into the life cycle without sacrificing any specifications. We provide powerful function boards for radiofrequency and mixed-signal testing, which help our users adapt to the trend of constant changes and outperform in intense competitions.
Chroma ATE provides a complete collection of semiconductor tester in order to cater various market segments, which are 3300 flexible PXIe test platform, 3380 MCU test system, and 3650 analog test system.
What you will learn:
- Have a comprehensive overview of multimedia-oriented ecosystem
- Learn the key components in recent multimedia devices
- Understand the challenges and directions for testing multimedia chipsets
Who should attend:
- Developers evaluating advanced test solutions for multimedia chipsets
- Test engineers that aim to gain greater knowledge on how to create test strategies
- Marketing experts looking for an open exchange of ideas
Ms. Weiwen Wang
Product Manager at Chroma ATE Inc. Semiconductor Test Equipment BU
Weiwen is currently the product marketing manager in Chroma ATE's semiconductor test business unit, responsible for automated test equipment and PXIe test platform. With deep interest in product marketing specialized in user experience, she conducts user research through digital storytelling with great communication and writing skills. Weiwen is inspired by ecosystems in different industries, ranging from consumer electronics, telecom data communications, automated testing and creative industries, she even completed a thesis based on the idea of bridging elderly society to film industries.