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MATT HOLLERAN, Datasweep, San Jose, CA, USA


When the world’s major semiconductor manufacturers need process control and yield management solutions, they turn to KLATencor. With the hundreds of steps involved in manufacturing a single chip, testing quality and leveraging the results effectively requires a streamlined real-time solution. When KLA-Tencor wanted to speed up its own testing process and increase time to market by tapping the power of the Web, KLA-Tencor looked to Datasweep, Inc, the leading supplier of Webcentric supply chain manufacturing solutions. KLA-Tencor engineers can now access quality test information instantly via any Web browser to streamline the process of identifying exactly why an individual unit fails a test and determining how to correct the problem instantly, ultimately giving their customers greater yield in less time.
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