Teradyne Support Network
(NYSE:TER) is a program designed to help manufacturers find high-quality service and support products for Teradyne’s
systems. The network consists of more than 50 companies with an expertise of one or more services or support products to assist Teradyne customers in getting the most from their Teradyne board test or inspection equipment.
New membership approval criteria for the program, along with a customer feedback process, have been put in place to verify that Teradyne’s board test customers receive a high level of quality and support from an approved network of service companies. In addition, a "Select" membership status level was created to acknowledge the members who have special programming and service expertise as well as access to the latest generation of Teradyne’s
™ in-circuit test and
systems. TSN members who have been honored with Select membership status include: ARST,
Aspen Test Engineering, Inc
Blue Technology, Ltd
LCX Software, Inc
Test Development, Inc
. These companies offer high quality ICT fixture and programming services, training, software applications and other turnkey solutions for Teradyne systems.
“The Teradyne Support Network is an important resource for manufacturers looking to get the most out of Teradyne’s high performance board test systems,” said Bobby Griffis, marketing director for Teradyne’s Commercial Board Test Group. “We are confident we can refer our customers to the experienced professionals in this network to provide quality turn-key solutions and we look forward to working closely with the Select members to promote the latest capabilities on Teradyne ICT equipment.”
Dave Kufta, sales and marketing director of Aspen Test Engineering, Inc., commented: “We are proud to be acknowledged as a TSN Select member. This designation is the result of the commitments Aspen Test has made to produce exceptional, vector driven programming services and innovative in-circuit fixtures that help our customers maximize the performance of their Teradyne board test systems.”