1. Introduction.

Products reach the end of their Product Life Cycle for a number of reasons. These reasons may be due to market demands, technology innovation and development driving changes in the product or the products simply mature over time and are replaced by functionally superior technology. While this is an established part of the overall product life cycle, Corelis recognizes that End of Life milestones often prompt companies to review the way in which such End of Sale (EOS) and End of Life (EOL) milestones impact the Corelis products in their applications. With that in mind, we have set out below Corelis’ EOL policy to help customers better manage their EOL transition and to understand the role that Corelis can play in helping to migrate to alternative Corelis technology.

2. Definitions.

  • End of Life (EOL) Cycle. A process that guides the final business operations associated with the product life cycle. The End of Life process consists of a series of technical and business milestones and activities that, once completed, make a product obsolete. Once obsolete, the product is not sold, manufactured, improved, repaired, maintained, or supported.

  • End of Life (EOL) Cycle. A process that guides the final business operations associated with the product life cycle. The End of Life process consists of a series of technical and business milestones and activities that, once completed, make a product obsolete. Once obsolete, the product is not sold, manufactured, improved, repaired, maintained, or supported.

  • End of Life (EOL) Cycle. A process that guides the final business operations associated with the product life cycle. The End of Life process consists of a series of technical and business milestones and activities that, once completed, make a product obsolete. Once obsolete, the product is not sold, manufactured, improved, repaired, maintained, or supported.

  • End of Life (EOL) Cycle. A process that guides the final business operations associated with the product life cycle. The End of Life process consists of a series of technical and business milestones and activities that, once completed, make a product obsolete. Once obsolete, the product is not sold, manufactured, improved, repaired, maintained, or supported.

End of Life Notices