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Leading provider of outsourced parts cleaning and refurbishment for the semiconductor industry presents at Santa Clara, Calif., nano-technology show
QuantumClean®, the leading provider of outsourced parts cleaning and refurbishment for the semiconductor industry, today announced that it will be presenting at the NSTI Nanotech 2007 Trade Show at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif., May 20-24.
More than 400 exhibitors will be presenting, and more than 4,000 business executives, politicians, venture capitalists, scientists and researchers from the pharmaceutical, semiconductor and nanotechnology industries are expected to attend. At the show, QuantumClean will demonstrate how it leverages its technology capabilities to nano-scaled microelectronic manufacturing requirements.
"Our mission is to provide process improvement through consistently cleaner parts®, and we provide analytical data to validate this," said David Zuck, vice president of technology and operations for QuantumClean. "We can verify that the parts are free of particle and ionic contamination, and we will be demonstrating this at the NSTI show."
QuantumClean will exhibit its ability to clean on multiple levels, from high purity to ultra-high-purity cleaning, and will inform attendees about how the company is continuing its technology leadership development to stratify its cleaning processes and support non-semiconductor-related microelectronics segments.
QuantumClean (Quantum Global Technologies, LLC) is the leading provider of outsourced parts cleaning, process tool part restoration, surface treatment and analytical engineering services for semiconductor fabricators. The company operates technologically innovative cleaning centers in every major semiconductor market across the U.S. and Asia, providing process improvement through consistently cleaner parts® that exceeds industry standards, dramatically reducing its customers' total cost of ownership. Founded in 2000, QuantumClean is headquartered in Dublin, Pa., with domestic Advanced Technology Cleaning Centers® in the Silicon Valley, Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Colorado, Texas and New England regions.
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