Products that offer integration at the factory

April 2009
InTech;Apr2009, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p39
The article discusses the importance of understanding some of the systemic issues related to integration in high technology industries and the structure of various components that integrate into a system. It states that interconnectivity between the hardware components and a user application in a typical system should be considered. It also stresses the importance of understanding the validation goal and the functional compatibility between the hardware and software.


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