Posts Tagged ‘FPD’

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

The upcoming Spring Materials Research Society (MRS) Meeting in San Francisco will feature a separate “Nanocontact and Nanointerconnects Workshop” to explore the biggest secret about the smallest devices: for the near-term there’s nothing better than standard metal. The workshop will address both theoretical and experimental approaches to formation, carrier transport, and reliability, and so will […]

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

Thermal management of advanced ICs remains challenging, with models often failing to predict the heat flow through multiple films and interfaces. Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS) of Norwood, Massachusetts (US) will provide a half-day of free, no-obligation use of its unique Thermal Characterization Laboratory to engineers who need to perform thermal testing of their heat sinks, […]

Monday, April 20th, 2009

The Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting in San Francisco is so huge, this year attracting a record of over 5,000 attendees, that strategy is needed to try to see any representative sample of the event. To provide in-depth information about new materials technologies, new symposia have been added over the years such that there […]

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Asahi Glass is promoting a family of new photosensitive spin-on-dielectric (SOD) films for fan-out WLP and 3D packages, as well as for FPD and MEMS applications. The Chemicals Fluoroproducts Division of Asahi Glass has successfully developed the AL-X polymer series, primarily targeting the redistribution/rewiring layers in fan-out WLP packages. The company will begin production of […]

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

Keithley Instruments has been very busy extending the capabilities of it’s 4200-SCS (Semiconductor Characterization System) with new cables for IC measurements and new software libraries for PV, OLED, and other devices. The 4200-SCS replaces a variety of electrical test tools with a single integrated characterization solution, and works for applications including semiconductor technology development, process […]

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Wright Williams & Kelly (WWK), the cost and productivity modeling company, is now providing free general information in an electronic newsletter, and has lowered the cost to start using it’s flagship TWO COOL(R) cost of ownership (CoO) modeling software. The company’s “Applied Cost Modeling” newsletter features free excerpts from the book “Hi-Tech Equipment Reliability: A […]

Friday, March 13th, 2009

Trust is the foundation of all trade and business. Without trust, no deal can get done, no venture can be launched, no discussion can even begin. Trust has been shaken in individual businesses in recent years, but recently exposed financial scams have shaken confidence not just in one or a collection of companies but almost […]

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Samsung has launched a new press release for “super-thin LED monitors” ( that are really LCDs with LED backlight units (BLU). The company’s new P2370L is just 16.5mm thick and uses white LED instead of cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) illumination. Compared to CCLF units, LED BLUs consume 30% less energy, are constructed without mercury, […]

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

This is the first example of a posting to BetaSights new BetaBlog. New posts will appear most working days, so bookmark this site and check back regularly. BetaSights was founded in the fall of 2008 by industry veterans Ed Korczynski and Elizabeth Schumann, to provide commercial free, member supported, productive info about fab beta sites. […]