SMTC Glossary of Terms
Design For Manufacturability (DFM) is the front-end process for electronic products which focuses on minimizing the cost, complexity, defects and production time of the product-specific volume manufacturing process.
Digital Signal Processors (DSP) are microprocessors or microcontrollers which are optimized to perform complex computations on digital data.
Direct Order Fulfillment is a model where an EMS provider is connected directly to an OEMs order processing system, builds products in response to individual customer orders and ships them directly to the channel or end-customer.
Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) is the most commonly used type of volatile memory for the main memory in computing devices.