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Tool Order: Camtek tapped for US$3.5 million worth of Falcon wafer inspection tools

27 March 2012 | By James Williams | News > Wafer Processing

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A Camtek Falcon 2D and 3D inspection modelCamtek, the automated and technological solution provider, has announced that it has booked orders exceeding US$3.5 million for its Falcon family of automated wafer inspection products. The order was from an unnamed global outsourced semiconductor assembly and test house (OSAT) and pertains to various applications within the backend semiconductor process. The product delivery will come in the current and following two quarters.
Camtek’s Falcon range of automated wafer inspection systems provide a defect detection monitoring process for semiconductor providers and packaging plants to maximize yield and productivity. The Falcon series delivers 2D and 3D inspection as well as metrology facilitation for wafers pre– and post–test, throughout the bumping process or after dicing. The Falcon models also provide for the special needs of MEMS applications.

Camtek’s CEO Roy Porat said, "We are very proud of being selected by this leading OSAT with multiple packaging fabrication facilities throughout the world, Camtek's tools are designed to inspect the leading-edge packaging technologies, which drives our backend semiconductor inspection business. Backend semiconductor inspection is one of our core product lines, in which we continue to invest R&D resources, to ensure our sustained competitive advantage."

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