Die and Wafer Banking with Partstat Dry Cabinet Technology

By Logan Wamsley

Die and wafer banking, on a basic level, is a process that remains somewhat consistent from service provider to service provider. Essentially, when an OEM chooses to adopt ASICs or other similar electronic components into their product designs, but does not have the infrastructure in place to properly protect them from external climate conditions (particularly…

Die Banking: Why Recovery Time Matters

By Logan Wamsley

Nothing is meant to stay in storage forever, even if sometimes the timetable is so extensive it may sometimes seem that way. Even radioactive nuclear waste storage, which must remain stored and buried for at least 10,000 years, is not meant to be indefinite. By definition, storage is a three-part process: the implementation of the…

Common Questions about Die and Wafer Banking at Partstat

By Logan Wamsley

Our Critical Inventory Storage Solutions here at Partstat take many forms. All inventory is different, as are the specifications of each individual client, and as a result, no two customized solutions will be exactly alike. Instead of offering a one-size-fits-all model, we have incorporated a variety of innovative features that allow us to craft a…

Die and Wafer Banking Costs: Prohibitive or Accessible?

By Logan Wamsley

In addition to added IP protection and ASIC performance efficiency, one of the greatest strengths of die and wafer banking is long-term cost-effectiveness. At the current rate of innovation and exponentially increasing demand, some critical components are transitioning to obsolescence before they even hit the market. To counter, if the OEM chooses to operate in…