SAN DIEGO, October 06, 2010 – Syntricity, Inc. has released dataConductor 6.1, the latest version of its enterprise yield management software for the semiconductor industry. The dataConductor platform integrates a high-performance data warehouse with flexible analytics and reporting, enabling engineers to quickly characterize new products, speed the ramp to volume production, and monitor and optimize production yields.
Available immediately, dataConductor 6.1 is available through dataConductor.com®, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, or as an enterprise installation.
Highlights include interactive data sub-selection and drill-down, increased flexibility for production lot dispositioning, improved collaboration/reporting capabilities, end-to-end data management for eFuse/OTP products, and enhanced analytics.
”This release continues our emphasis on flexible solutions for characterization as well as production data analysis,” said Steven Griffith, CEO and Co-founder of Syntricity. “For example, interactive data sub-selection and drilldown enables engineers to quickly distinguish between the news and the noise, while enhancements to retest-based analysis make it easier to disposition production material. We are executing on our vision to significantly improve how engineers analyze and model semiconductor data.”
New features and enhancements to RaCR (a rapid characterization and root cause analysis suite) include flexible line plots and scatterplot tools, ideal for common engineering tasks like tester-to-tester correlation and qualification studies; enhanced drag-and-drop analysis templates; and interactive data sub-selection with successive drilldown capabilities to focus on the key results. With RaCR eBinders® any RaCR-based analysis can now be saved for distribution and collaboration.
The 6.1 release dovetails with recent enhancements to dataConductor.com, which now takes advantage of the latest in solid-state storage to provide data-drenched customers the throughput necessary for all their analysis and reporting needs.