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Tool Order: Inotera to roll-out Magma‚??s ‚??YieldManager‚?? across fabs

30 October 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Inotera Memories 300mm Fab-1 Inotera Memories is to adopt Magma Design Automation’s Bitmapping Analysis tool across its two 300mm DRAM fabs after several years of yield management collaboration between the two companies. YieldManager enables fab yield, defect, test and product engineers to collect, correlate, analyze and share inline metrology, test and fab data.

"Through successful execution of productivity improvement programs, Inotera Memories has built a reputation for providing highly cost-efficient mass production in the DRAM industry," said Uwe Lange, Program Manager of Inotera. "We've been using YieldManager for several years and it has proven to increase engineering productivity by expediting root-cause analysis for yield problems. In light of this success and the dedicated support we've received, we are deploying YieldManager's enhanced Bitmapping Analysis module in our fabs."

Inotera Memories set one of the fastest 300mm fab ramp rate records last year at its new 300mm DRAM facility, Fab-2. The company will also transition to Micron’s DRAM process technology in the next twelve months, highlighting the need for comprehensive yield management and learning solutions.

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