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Tool Order: Rudolph wins multiple back-end orders for NSX inspection system

11 January 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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“Automotive semiconductor makers have discovered that the earlier a defect is detected in the wafer manufacturing process, the cheaper it is to resolve yield-killing fabrication problems,” noted Rajiv Roy, Rudolph’s vice president of business development and director of back-end marketing. “This results in a higher quality product for their customers.”

The NSX115 Automated Inspection System is said to be optimized specifically for the back-end manufacturing environment.

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