SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, November 12, 2014 – Syntricity today announced the immediate availability of dataConductor™ 8.0, the leading enterprise yield management software, to characterize new products, ramp them into volume production, and optimize wafer and final test manufacturing yields.
“While ‘big data’ has become a popular term recently, Syntricity has been supporting big data applications since our founding,” said Steven Griffith, co-founder, President and CEO of Syntricity. “Our advanced data warehouse ensures you have ready access to all your data, and with dataConductor’s production dashboard monitor, datasets from around the world are stored centrally but accessible from anywhere at any time. Answers to key yield and supplier questions are available on the spot.”
“Decisions need to be data-driven but not technology-limited,” continued Griffith. “That was the premise when we started Syntricity and it’s still the premise today. From detailed statistical analysis of characterization data to galleries of thousands of wafer maps, dataConductor 8.0 offers a range of data storage and analysis enhancements to provide comprehensive views of engineering and production datasets for engineers and managers.”
Accessed through a web browser, dataConductor provides anytime, anywhere online access to engineering and production data, and analytic solutions to quickly ramp sophisticated products into volume production at peak yields. dataConductor is available through dataConductor.com®, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, or as an enterprise installation.
About Syntricity, Inc.
Syntricity is the pioneer in web-based, enterprise yield management in the semiconductor industry. Founded in 1997, its software is used by leading semiconductor companies, test vendors and wafer foundries to gather, manage and analyze data from facilities around the world to improve yield, reduce product development cycles, make better forecasts and increase profits. A privately-held company, Syntricity is headquartered in San Diego, California. For more information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, visit http://www.syntricity.com, or call 858 552-4485.