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Tool Order: Rudolph receives orders for 20 tools

17 September 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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Rudolph Technologies has said that it received a total of 20 tool orders for automated macro defect inspection equipment that sell in the range of US$600k to US$1.2m. The orders came from four of the largest outsourced assembly and test (OSAT) companies and major IC foundries.

“These orders represent a level of activity not seen since Q3 of 2008,” stated Ardy Johnson, vice president of marketing at Rudolph. “In past industry cycle up-turns, the back-end market segment has typically been a leading indicator of future purchasing activity in the front-end wafer fabs.”

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