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About Us

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Liberty Laboratories has been successfully performing IC Qualification and Testing Services for more than 30 years in the Silicon Valley. We are a trusted solution partner to some of the world’s leading IC companies. Our lab is conveniently located in Milpitas in an 11,000 square foot facility.

Liberty Lab is run by industry veterans who understand the importance of providing dependable and convenient services.  We have experienced technical staff and operators with established processes and quality systems in place.

Management Team

Vijay Israni

CEO Liberty Laboratories

Vijay joined Texas Instruments in 1988 after receiving his Electrical Engineering degree from Iowa State University. During his time at Texas Instruments his work with design, Fabrication, and production engineering helped establish TI as a leader in BiCMOS HVM. He managed product lines doing over 100 Million parts per year performing yield and performance ramps on the BiCMOS product line.

Later Vijay joined Vitesse Semiconductor as a Product Engineer for GaAs ICs. He developed and maintained probe, final test, and characterization test software for ultra-high speed devices.

He Joined Hewlett Packard's Test and Measurement Organization as an applications engineer to help launch HP ATE in the production market.

In 1996 he founded Berkeley Consulting Services, Inc (BCS) with a vision to address the needs of an emerging market in the fabless semiconductor space. BCS was acquired with Odyssey Investment Group and merged with EAG Labs where Vijay served as Vice President of Engineering of the Release to Production (RTP) division. Within three years EAG became one of the biggest outsourced chip services development and verification center in the United States for semiconductor companies.

From 2012 to 2016 provided angel funding to several startups to companies from IOT to medical startups, including his own startup, Volt Test Systems, which continues to develop IP (since 2003) in the Test and Reliability space.

In 2016 he joined Liberty Laboratories as CEO to continue work in the semiconductor test and reliability space.

Don Bernier

EVP Liberty Laboratories

Mr. Don Bernier has a career of experience in the semiconductor ATE and IC qualification service market. Don became a partner of Liberty Lab in 2016, after
several years of working for and with EAG in a business development capacity offering full vertical Release-To-Production IC services since 2009. Prior to 2009 Don worked at Teradyne Inc as an Application engineer and in sales management. Don was also part of an ATE start- up Practical Engineering as VP of WW Sales from 2004 to 2007.
Mr. Bernier is a partner in Volt Test Systems a newly developed High Power IC burn-in system with integrated ATE functionality to provide true “in-situ” test during
reliability burn-in.
Don holds an Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas and BS in Electrical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston MA.

Lance Jones

CTO Liberty Laboratories

Lance has over 30+ yrs experience in the test, design, and development field. He has designed and developed large mixed signal and RF test systems for Honeywell, ATK,
MHI, JACO (Japan Military), NEC, Nippon Signal, USAF, and US Military. Past Top Technical Achievement award winner for ATK, and two time nominee for Honeywell's
prestigious Sweat award for his work on expert systems for testing. He served as CTO for NanoISI leading the training, software, hardware and Applications development
teams, before being purchased by EAG where he served as VP of Technology for the MTE division of EAG, were he was responsible for all engineering and also operations
of the REL, Test, and development groups.
Lance is currently President and Founder of Volt Test Systems a revolutionary design of integrating IC burn-in with ATE functionality to provide true “in-situ” test during
reliability burn-in. He is also co-owner and serving as CTO of Liberty Labs serving the semiconductor industry. He received his Electrical Engineering degree from Northwestern Electronics Institute.