Test capacities for semiconductors and FA lab expanding - microtec moves to additional building

The certified test house enlarges its service for ICs and expands its lab for failure analysis and qualifications

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The demand for full-service test centers within Europe grows. Besides electrical tests, completing supply chain service and failure analysis is required. microtec experiences a rising demand as a full-service test house for quality assurance.

To be able to focus on their core business, companies enforce outsourcing also of the logistics around their test activities. Additionally, the demand for fast and reliable results in failure analysis rises. For this concern, test houses within Europe offer the benefit of quality requirements at the same level as well as short ways.

microtec as a independent, certified test house and analysis lab in the mid of Europe assures supply with an enlargement of equipment and highly qualified experts. To organize this expansion, microtec moved to an additional location besides the main office in Stuttgart.

microtec performs electrical tests and qualifications for ICs and ASSPs, e.g. image sensors and LEDs, as well as for passive components. Besides Burn-In, Tape & Reel and Dry-Pack microtec also performs functional checks on system level.

The full-service test house also owns an extensive qualification lab for environmental simulation. microtec offers qualifications e.g. according to the standards JEDEC, MIL, ESCC, AEC-Q 100/ 101/ 200, TELCORDIA GR 1312/ 1221/ 468/ 326 and customer specific. Support and technical consulting, e.g. concerning RoHS-Compliance, complete the service portfolio.

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