EAG offers the most comprehensive capabilities for driving innovation and reliability in the electronics industry. We understand the need for first-to-market breakthrough technologies, and the challenges of maintaining supply chain quality and efficiency from international providers.
With labs located in the heart of Silicon Valley, EAG scientists have been fueling the technology explosion since the birth of DOS and 8-bit personal computers. Over the years, we’ve earned a reputation worldwide for developing new methods for consumer electronics and solving materials-related issues in mobile devices, tablets, computers, sensors and wearables, including health monitoring devices.
From fitness trackers to gaming consoles, EAG scientists help companies create ever improving products, while making sure these electronic components are reliable and safe, leveraging our extensive capabilities, experience, instrumentation and ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 17025 certifications.
How do we pursue intense electronics innovation but still ensure consumer product safety and quality? Turn to EAG. WE KNOW HOW.
Materials Science: A vast array of materials testing services and analytical techniques to evaluate suitability, resistance and performance of materials—from R&D activities to problem-solving and QC evaluations in chip packages, printed circuit boards (PCBs), flex circuits and solder/solder bump arrays. We also evaluate the bands cases and fabrics used in finished products for biocompatibility and performance.
Engineering Science: Leveraging a large, in-house install base of tools, EAG scientists and engineers support companies across multiple industries in various stages of new product development and sustaining production. With domain expertise in electrical test, reliability, and failure analysis, we offer full system evaluations as well as component/IC-level analysis, including test and debug services.
Life Science: Ensuring the safety of medical devices that include electronic components, our scientists can perform safety evaluations, extractable/leachable studies, as well as determining if materials are of toxicological concern.
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