Rika Denshi Group: Experience-driven Technology for Semiconductor Inspection

Top 10 Semiconductor Technology Service Companies - 2021

In a fast changing environment, the semiconductor industry is looking to boost revenue growth and profitability, manufacture new products that meet customer needs, and efficiently manage global operations. The semiconductor supply chain will be stressed as artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) expand in popularity and continuous demands from the smartphone industry and other high-tech businesses. The problem will be exacerbated by continuous international trade tensions, which might add to the cost of semiconductor materials and hamper global industry collaboration. To meet these needs, new solutions are required.

Automation may be of help to semiconductor companies to achieve smoother, more efficient manufacturing processes. Glitches at any point in the manufacturing process represents a financial and material penalty, given the length of time required to produce semiconductor devices. Automation and AI go hand in hand. Smart machines help in the growth of a facility’s capabilities and the identification and elimination of production bottlenecks. Intelligent automated systems use fault detection and classification systems to recognize production abnormalities—outliers in machine parameters and sensing data—to avoid product reliability difficulties and production losses.

The employment of highly accurate robotics has proven to be the most efficient technique to prepare devices for market when dealing with the microscopic chores required to produce semiconductor applications. The semiconductor market demands fast integrated circuits and semiconductor applications while maintaining high reliability and performance criteria. It’s only logical to use small robots to boost production speed without losing quality. The speed and accuracy required to orient semiconductor parts in two or more planes while concurrently completing circuit board packaging are provided by high-speed delta-style robots with six-axis articulation.

At this juncture, various semiconductor technology service companies are entering the market to cater to the different needs of enterprises. To help them choose the solution that best fits their requirement, Semiconductor Review has compiled a list of the most promising semiconductor technology service companies. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders on industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Semiconductor Review’s ‘Top 10 Semiconductor Technology Service Companies - 2021’.

    Top Semiconductor Technology Service Companies

  • Rika Denshi Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1961. The Company's line of business includes the manufacturing of instruments used to measure electricity and electrical signals. They maufacture and distribute precision tools used in semiconductor production equipment Design, manufacturing and distribution of inspection systems (IC Sockets, etc.) for electronic parts

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  • Amkor Technology, Inc.

    Amkor Technology, Inc.

    Amkor Technology is one of the world’s largest providers of outsourced semiconductor packaging and test services. Founded in 1968, Amkor pioneered the outsourcing of IC packaging and test and is now a strategic manufacturing partner for the world’s leading semiconductor companies, foundries, and electronics OEMs. Amkor’s operational base includes production facilities, product development centers, and sales and support offices located in key electronics manufacturing regions in Asia, Europe, and the USA.

  • Applied Materials

    Applied Materials

    Applied Materials is the leader in materials engineering solutions used to produce virtually every new chip and advanced display in the world. Their expertise in modifying materials at atomic levels and on an industrial scale enables customers to transform possibilities into reality. At Applied Materials, their innovations make possible a better future. Applied Materials has transformed from a small start-up into one of the most admired companies in the world.

  • C&D Semiconductor Services, Inc.

    C&D Semiconductor Services, Inc.

    C&D Semiconductor, Inc. is an innovative, fast-growing semiconductor equipment manufacturer based in San Jose, California. Founded in 1989, we have been serving the global semiconductor and other related industries for more than two decades, with customers from all over the world. Their products and services cover wafer handling, processing, and inspection requirements in semiconductor manufacturing.

  • Emphysys

    Emphysys

    Emphysys, a Paramit Company, is uniquely qualified to solve your most difficult technology and product-design problems. Their approach blends fundamental science and engineering to deliver limitless technology development. They take your ideas from concept to advanced functional prototype quickly, accurately and cost-effectively with their fixed price engagement model. Emphysys provides technology and custom product solutions that improve performance and reliability of complex products and processes with special focus on the semiconductor capital equipment and medical devices market.

  • R&D Altanova

    R&D Altanova

    At R&D Altanova, they specialize in advanced test interface solutions for both wafer sort and final test applications. Their solutions include advanced in-house design and simulation (SI/PI), advanced fabrication capabilities (probe cards, load board PCB’s, and MLO substrates) as well as full component and mechanical assembly. R&D Altanova is the leading provider of full turn-key test interface solutions to many of the world’s largest integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor companies and semiconductor foundries.

  • Soliton Technologies

    Soliton Technologies

    Soliton is a technology company offering consulting, research, and development services for measurement and automation spanning activities ranging from semiconductor chip characterization to system designs for the internet of things. They specialize in developing frameworks and platforms that enable their clients to standardize and increase reuse across their organization in order to develop their solutions faster and at a lower cost.

  • SV TCL

    SV TCL

    SV TCL was founded in 1994, and engages in the manufacture, marketing, and service of high performance probe cards and test solutions for the semiconductor industry. The company’s products include vertical and fine pitch vertical probe cards, spring-pin probe cards for Wafer Level Chip Scale Packaging (WLCSP), cantilever probe cards (including cards for CMOS Image Sensors and LCDs), blade cards, motherboards, and innovative probe materials that extend probe card life. It also offers printed circuit board design and fabrication services, including digital, analog, mixed signal, memory boards, and multilayer printed circuit boards.

  • TechPats

    TechPats

    TechPats is the world’s leading full service Intellectual Property consulting firm. They bring together patent expertise, technical excellence, and business acumen across a wide range of markets and technologies. They form strong partnerships with their clients, empowering them to grow their businesses, protect and profit from their intellectual property assets, and strategically position themselves for the future.

  • TSMC

    TSMC

    Established in 1987, TSMC is the world's first dedicated semiconductor foundry. As the founder and a leader of the Dedicated IC Foundry segment, TSMC has built its reputation by offering advanced and "More-than-Moore" wafer production processes and unparalleled manufacturing efficiency. From its inception, TSMC has consistently offered the foundry segment's leading technologies and TSMC COMPATIBLE design services. TSMC has consistently experienced strong growth by building solid partnerships with its customers, large and small. IC suppliers from around the world trust TSMC with their manufacturing needs.