NRE is the abbreviation of Non-Recurring Engineering. NRE cost is a one-time engineering cost, which refers to the non-recurring expenses in the production cost of integrated circuits. Specifically, it is the research and development expenses of new integrated circuit products. During the development of new products The design labor cost, depreciation cost of computer hardware and software used in the design, as well as the plate making, process processing, test analysis and other costs required in the trial production process are all one-time expenses in the development process, called NRE. These costs depend on the mass production. Profits are earned back. For some domestic ODM/OEM manufacturers, some customers will agree to pay this NRE fee, especially for those development products that are stopped in the middle of development or are not produced after completion, usually the customer will pay this NRE fee. ! Once the product development is successful, as long as the version made at the time of development is used for manufacturing processing and product testing, this is a frequent expense in mass production of products.
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