SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, October 24, 2011 – As companies become increasingly aware of the benefits of the Cloud, Syntricity’s customers continue to realize the benefits of a Cloud-based yield management system. dataConductor.com, a private cloud, provides a comprehensive, scalable, and reliable enterprise yield management system for semiconductor companies, with automated connections to customers’ global supply chain of wafer foundries, assembly houses, and test facilities.
For well over a decade, dataConductor.com has provided key benefits to startups as well as established manufacturers:
- A data warehouse designed to keep several quarters of parametric and bin data online, providing the data necessary for root cause analysis across manufacturing vendors and operations.
- Comprehensive analysis and reporting tools, with built-in drilldown analysis templates as well as customizable/shareable workflows to turn those data into bottom line results.
- Scalability to meet the needs of companies as they grow and as the amount of data collected grows as well.
- High reliability to ensure access to data any time of day, anywhere in the world.
“Our expertise in developing and managing databases and data flows is part and parcel of dataConductor.com,” said Tim Lewis, Vice President of Operations. “As a company grows and adds new suppliers and data types, Syntricity seamlessly blends these new data flows into the fold. As storage needs change, dataConductor.com is ready to accommodate. Also, since we know that data delayed means decisions delayed, we’ve forged the latest in processor, solid-stage storage, and database software technologies into a high-performance solution.”
Web-native, dataConductor is easily accessed through a web browser and offers visibility across the supply chain. Production data can be summarized at load time to bring further performance benefits. And while San Diego recently endured the most extensive power outage in its history, dataConductor.com maintained 100% availability. “When we say reliable, we mean that we’re up even if others are down,” added Lewis.
“A decade ago, the notion of a Web-based data analysis platform for a semiconductor company was a novelty. Now, the idea that all data/measurements are available at any time through the Web is fundamental to how many of our customers do business,” said Steven Griffith, president and CEO of Syntricity. “Our largest customer is one of our first customers. As they’ve grown into one of the leading fabless semiconductor companies in the world, dataConductor has grown alongside to meet their needs. That’s just one reason that the dataConductor platform continues to be the basis for data analysis, yield management, and reporting as companies develop the next generation of semiconductor products.”