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December 17, 2017Rudolph Technologies, Flanders, N.J., introduces the NSX 330 Series, which combines defect inspection with 2D and 3D metrology.
December 17, 2017Olympus Scientific Solutions Corp., Waltham, Mass., announces that the MX63 and MX63L microscope systems are optimized for high-quality inspections of wafers as large as 300 mm, flat panel displays, circuit boards, and other large samples.
December 17, 2017Invensas, San Jose, Calif., a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Corp., announces the successful technology transfer of its Direct Bond Interconnect to Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company.
December 17, 2017Hirox-USA, Hackensack, N.J., introduces the RH-2000 3D digital microscope, which features high-performance lenses with incorporated zoom technologies, built-in illumination, and precision mechanisms.
December 17, 2017Soitec, France, announces the latest generation of silicon-on-insulator substrates in its Imager-SOI product line designed specifically for fabricating front-side imagers for near-infrared (NIR) applications.
December 17, 2017SEMI, Milpitas, Calif., the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing supply chain, has released its Year-End Forecast.
December 17, 2017ProPlus Design Solutions Inc., San Jose, Calif., and MPI Corp., Taiwan, announce a strategic partnership agreement and immediate availability of a characterization and modeling solution that integrates the ProPlus Spice modeling and noise characterization solution with MPI’s advanced probing technologies.
December 17, 2017CVD Equipment Corp., Ronkonkoma, N.Y., a provider of chemical vapor deposition systems and materials, announces that it has completed the purchase of the company’s planned additional facility in Central Islip, New York.
December 17, 2017Global Foundries, Santa Clara, Calif., and Ayar Labs, Emeryville, Calif., a startup bringing optical input/output (I/O) to silicon chips, announce a strategic collaboration to co-develop and commercialize differentiated silicon photonic technology solutions.
December 15, 2017The National Academy of Inventors, Washington, D.C., announces that Prof. Zhigang Zak Fang has been elected to the rank of NAI Fellow.