New Parts Library Subscription Service
TUCSON, AZ (March 30, 2010) - ReliaSoft announced today a new subscription-based service for PartLibraries.org, a Web portal for the collection and dissemination of component data for use in standards based reliability predictions and other reliability analyses. When used correctly, these libraries can help to save time and improve the accuracy of reliability prediction analyses based on the MIL-HDBK-217, Bellcore/Telcordia and/or NSWC Mechanical prediction standards.
This resource is currently available exclusively to users of ReliaSoft's Lambda Predict software, which provides a specialized interface that makes it easy to find and import information from the portal. Users can search by category, part number, supplier, part name and/or part description. The results provide the reliability prediction parameters required by the standard or the component failure rate. When applicable, the portal also provides additional details obtained from the manufacturer's spec sheet.
All Lambda Predict users receive free access to:
The integrated circuit (IC) component definitions published in MIL-M-38510.
The electronic component failure rates published in EPRD-97 (Electronic Parts Reliability Data).
The mechanical, electrical and electromechanical component failure rates published in NPRD-95 (Nonelectronic Parts Reliability Data).
In addition, users can purchase a yearly subscription that offers unlimited access to the full parts library, which includes more than 300,000 commercial electronic components with reliability prediction parameters predefined based on the published manufacturer spec sheets. "I strongly believe that the extensive coverage of component types and manufacturers that PartLibraries.org provides, coupled with its intuitive search interface and the ease of distributing future updates via the Web, will make PartLibraries.org a must-have addition for Lambda Predict users," said Kyriacos Kyriacou, ReliaSoft's Chief Operating Officer (COO).
More information, including a list of the types of components available and a list of the manufacturers whose components are represented in the library, is available on the Web at http://Predict.ReliaSoft.com/part_libraries.htm.
ReliaSoft is the industry leader in reliability engineering software, training and services that combine the latest theoretical advances with essential tools for the practitioner in the field. Founded in 1992, ReliaSoft has evolved into a total reliability solutions company, offering software and expertise focused primarily on the reliability engineering and quality needs of product manufacturers and maintenance organizations. Acclaimed for their ease of use, analytical power and unparalleled technical support, ReliaSoft's software products facilitate a comprehensive set of reliability analysis techniques, including life data (Weibull) analysis, quantitative accelerated life testing, system reliability and maintainability, reliability growth, standards based reliability prediction, FMEA, RCM, RBI, FRACAS, and other related analyses. The company also offers an extensive curriculum of reliability training courses that provide thorough coverage of both the underlying principles/theory and applicable software. ReliaSoft maintains an active R&D program and is firmly committed to enhancing the effectiveness and reputation of the reliability discipline through initiatives such as the International Applied Reliability Symposium, the Certified Reliability Professional (CRP) program, the weibull.com reliability engineering resource website, and others. To provide the highest possible level of customer service worldwide, ReliaSoft has established a network of regional centers in selected geographical locations, complemented by independent Sales and Support Partners/Distributors in specific countries within these regions. For more information, please contact the Corporate Headquarters or consult the Worldwide Directory.
For More Information
For more information, please visit the product website (http://Predict.ReliaSoft.com). For questions, please contact Doug Ogden, Vice President of Corporate Relations.