“obsolete” applied to those electronic devices that lagged some
technological capability; i.e., usable gates, registers, I/O pins,
operating voltage, speed, etc.
Today, electronic components become "obsolete" when they represent an unacceptable risk because they are, or soon will be:
The risk of an electronic
component becoming unavailable, incompatible, or non-compliant can occur
at any phase of a product’s life cycle - from design and development
affect customer service levels, quality, reliability, manufacturing
processes, life cycle costs, and the user’s total cost of ownership.
can help YOU protect YOUR customers' investment in YOUR products.
Thank you for visiting the QTEC Solutions, Inc website.
We have exciting news to share with you!
QTEC Solutions Inc. is now a “Small Business” as well as “Minority Owned Business Enterprise”.
certification recognizes QTEC as a bona-fide minority-owned business
and as an organization that is willing to make the endeavor to fulfill
the council’s stringent requirements for designation as an MBE.
that have made a commitment to work with minority businesses, now know
that by working with QTEC they are building diversity within their
network of suppliers and business partners, while they receive
first-rate service from an organization they have come to trust.
a financially strong, small business, and premier provider of
information services for electronic component obsolescence management
and counterfeit notifications for supply chains, QTEC continues to
provide responsive services to our valued customers.
If you have any questions, please go to our “Contact Us” page and we will respond to your inquiry.