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Agilent Wins EuroAsia 2006 IC Industry Award for Best Final Manufacturing Technology Tool
The innovative Agilent B1500A Windows-based semiconductor device analyser with EasyEXPERT software takes a new, more intuitive approach to semiconductor device characterisation. The B1500A integrates capacitance versus voltage (CV) and current versus voltage (IV) measurements into a single modular instrument, saving semiconductor test engineers time and increasing productivity.
“This year we had an extraordinary response from the microelectronics industry for these awards,” said David Ridsdale, editor-in-chief, EuroAsia Semiconductor magazine. “This recognition for Agilent’s innovation in the final manufacturing technology area confirms the company’s strength in this complex and important aspect of manufacturing.”
“We are very pleased that our customers are reaping the benefits of the B1500A with EasyEXPERT,” said Minoru Ebihara, vice president and general manager of Agilent’s Hachioji Semiconductor Test Division. “This award is especially meaningful to us because we were selected by our customers and peers within the industry.”
The EuroAsia IC Industry Awards celebrate innovation and best practices in an industry where technical achievement is expected and every decision and idea is a potential breakthrough. The awards focus on the people, processes and products that drive the industry forward. Voting is open to all companies, individuals and organisations within the IC industry.
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