Reliability verification is a category of physical verification that helps ensure the robustness of a design by considering the context of schematic and layout information to perform user-definable checks against various electrical and physical design rules that reduce susceptibility to premature or catastrophic electrical failures, usually over time. This article from Semiengineering outlines the importance of reliability verification.

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Find out how T&VS help verification engineers to ensure that the design has been successfully tested and verified.