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MPI opens test service lab in Taiwan

Posted: 01 Jun 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Taiwan test service lab? test equipment? semiconductor?

MJC Probe Inc. (MPI) has opened an advanced characterization, modeling and reliability testing laboratory supporting its collaboration with SUSS MicroTec. The laboratory will be supported within the Chain Logic International Corp., a subsidiary of MPI, with advanced test equipment and capabilities.

"To ensure speedy execution of this new lab, we have established a technical advisory board with worldwide semiconductor testing talent." States Brian Green, chairman of MPI. "This team and respective facility will bring Chain Logic to a higher level in technical support for Taiwan's semiconductor industry. Our vision is to have world class support for the local IDMs, foundries and fabless organizations which require state of the art measurement capability within their newest development projects."

The facility will be housed within the Chain Logic facility and will also support MPI's advanced development efforts on product lines, to include the probe card technologies for high frequency production applications.

"We are pleased to support these new projects as they will take our relationship with MPI and Chain Logic to the next level." Says Rob Carter, VP sales and marketing for SUSS MicroTec Test Division. "In addition, the SUSS MicroTec Test Division market share in Taiwan is disproportionately low when compared to that of the rest of the world. Supporting these efforts is the next step in our strategic plan which enables the Test Division to gain significant market share (more than 25 percent) in Taiwan against our major competitors."

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