|EPSI INC. - Electronics Packaging Solutions International Inc.
P.O. Box 1522, Montclair, NJ 07042 USA, tel. & fax: +1 (973)746-3796
|WHAT WE DO
We work on the physical design, reliability and failure analysis of electronic components, solder joints and circuit-board assemblies. We
provide expertise in the assessment of both standard tin-lead (SnPb) and lead-free (Pb-free) solder joint reliability. What is this about?
We help our customers meet the reliability requirements of electronic packages and circuit-board assemblies. To that effect, we offer:
Consulting Services Training Programs Software Tools Technical Support & Retainer Services Expert-Witness Services
HOW WE DO IT
No hype, no unsupported claims...
We provide hard data, test plans and analysis along with recommendations for problem-solving or product improvements. We maintain
and grow one of the largest databases of solder properties, reliability models and failure data in the electronics industry. Our Solder
Reliability Solutions (SRS) software is one of the most widely used solder joint life prediction program in industry
- see Independent Reviews and Users' Comments .
requirements. Are you concerned about lead-free reliability? Give us a call and we'll help you figure it out.
NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Virginia Hobbs at Hobbs Engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org , tel.: +1 (303)655-3051.
as BEST OF PROCEEDINGS PAPER. Download SMTAI 2009 presentation (.pdf file).
The paper: "Closed form, strain energy based acceleration factors for thermal cycling of lead-free assemblies", by J-P. Clech,
Ph. D., Henshall, G., Ph. D. and Miremadi, J., can be purchased (with the 2009 SMTAI Proceedings) from the SMTA bookstore at
Quote of the month (not necessarily monthly):
"The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers ", Richard W. Hamming.
...Past Quotes of the Month.
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*Pb = Plumbum (Latin)
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