EPS Global is one of the world's largest Programming and Secure Provisioning Service providers, allowing customers to seamlessly access a global network of secure programming centers to service low volume prototype quantities through to high volume IC programming requirements.

EPS Global has been working with PCB assemblers globally since 1999, owning and operating 19 programming centers around the world. EPS provides Secure Provisioning, IC Programming, tape & reeling, and component configuration to Tier 1 Automotive electronic suppliers, Top 20 OEMs and Top 50 Contract Manufacturers. EPS Global has achieved ISO 9001, 14001, 27001, and VDA 6.3 certifications.

Key Features

  • EPS Global offers secure provisioning services at a very competitive price point
  • EPS supports Renesas Synergy, RE, RA, RL78, and RX families
  • Can start with low volume pre-production and ramp up to full production by using our globally situated programming locations
  • Flexible business models, the most popular model –free issue devices to your chosen EPS Programming Centre at a per-unit provisioning charge


EPS Secure Provisioning Process Diagram

Target Markets and Applications

Connected devices in:

  • Automotive
  • Smart Cities
  • Mass market Consumer IoT applications
  • Smart Metering
  • Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications
  • Medical and Telecommunications

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EPS Global Secure Provisioning
EPS Global Secure Provisioning for the Renesas RA Partner Ecosystem
PDF 15 Jul 2020 1.9 MB
EPS Global Secure Provisioning Whitepaper PDF 17 Jun 2020 3.3 MB

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