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ISE Labs offers DDR3, QDR characterisation

Posted: 09 Oct 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:semiconductor test  DDR3  memory device 

Semiconductor test company Verigy has reported that ISE Labs—the largest semiconductor test engineering service provider in Silicon Valley—has added Verigy's V93000 High Speed Memory (HSM) system to its equipment. ISE Labs is offering a high-speed memory test system for the characterisation of DDR3 and QDR memory devices up to 3.6Gbps and above, the first service provider to do so. These DDR3 and QDR devices are typically found in consumer and commercial applications such as high-performance servers and gaming PCs.

"The V93000 HSM system is the only solution available that addresses the requirements of high-speed characterisation and failure analysis," said Rabbi Islam, VP of the engineering and test business unit, ISE Labs. "We believe this gives ISE Labs a significant advantage by making us the only test house in the local area to offer testing of next-generation, high-speed memory devices. Verigy's V93000 HSM system completes our turnkey solution that includes temperature control, handlers, probers and load board design."

"We are pleased to extend our relationship with ISE Labs to bridge the gap for their customers who are creating the next-generation of high-speed memory devices," said Pascal Ronde, VP of sales, service and support, Verigy. "This is an example of Verigy's ongoing efforts to extend our expertise to help our customers address complex, high-speed memory characterisation and testing challenges."





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