Nanotronics Unveils New Products Driven by Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at SEMICON WEST 2018
Published: Jul 10, 2018
Matthew Putman, CEO and founder of Nanotronics, remarked, “research and development are core tenets of our business. To innovate, we believe in pushing the boundaries of what we know, discovering, creating and testing breakthrough technologies that are smarter, more efficient and provide long-lasting value to our global customer base.”
Details on Nanotronics’ new products and innovations in scanning operations include the following:
- nSpec Wallabout PS+ with dual end-effectors and linear motor stage with continuous scanning, quadrupling system throughput. The system can sort wafers based on pass/fail criteria.
- nSpec Pinnacles PS 300mm FOUP system – the only automated inspection and defect review station that offers full wafer scanning and defect classification, mask inspection and AFM on a single tool for less than a million dollars.
- Gen2 artificial intelligence analyzers capable of learning defects with minimal training data for bare, patterned, or devices
- Post-packaging inspection on post-diced wafers on hoop rings, in waffle or gel packs, and machine learning based theta correction offering high tolerance for die-shift and rotation.
Nanotronics is exhibiting at booth #6243 at SEMICON West through July 12th.
Nanotronics is an Inc. 5000 company founded in 2010 by Matthew Putman, Ph.D. with offices in California, Ohio, and New York. Combining optical microscopy, machine learning, computational super-resolution, artificial intelligence, and robotics, Nanotronics is bringing the world’s most advanced industrial microscope to manufacturing sectors for the inspection of the most advanced technologies: semiconductors, microchips, aerospace, nanotubes, nano-medicine, and more. The company is venture backed by Founders Fund, ICD, and is a personal investment of Skype co-founder Jaan Tallinn, Howard Morgan, and media mogul Kevin Wall. Peter Thiel serves on the board. Customers include: Broadcom, ST Micro, IQE, II-VI, Soraa, Applied Optoelectronics, and many others. Nanotronics products are designed and manufactured in California. To learn more: https://www.nanotronics.co/.
Alexis Stoller, 202-997-9862