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Nano Integrated Solutions, Inc. (Nano ISI) announced today that it will assume responsibility for North America equipment calibration and repair operations of Freescale Semiconductor.
Freescale Semiconductor Awards Nano Integrated Solutions, Inc. With the Complete Outsource of its North America Calibration Operations
SANTA CLARA, CA | Posted on October 29th, 2007
The five-year agreement between the two firms took effect August 1st of this year and covers operations in Texas, Arizona, Florida, and Illinois including the transfer of metrology technical staff and calibration standards to Nano ISI. Nano ISI will provide Freescale with off-site calibration, on-site in-line calibrations, and equipment repairs on Freescale's equipment pool.
"We went with Nano ISI from among a half-dozen competing metrology firms because it exhibited the best overall service and support offering in the key metrics we look for in calibration support," said Kelly Folts, director of Quality Laboratories for Freescale. "Nano ISI demonstrated the core competencies required by Freescale to give us confidence our metrology requirements would be met."
About Nano Integrated Solutions, Inc.
Nano ISI, headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and with metrology labs in Austin, Texas and Tempe, Arizona, is ISO 17025 accredited & DSCC certified providing semiconductor design firms with essential engineering services including full calibration service & support on electronic, dimensional, thermal, mechanical, and environmental equipment. Nano ISI also provides equipment evaluation and repair services.
Nano ISI also provides semiconductor services including full Functional Test Development, Test Consulting (Design For Test — DFT, Design For Manufacturability — DFM, and Yield Enhancement), Test Services, Test Training, Complete Failure Analysis & Debug, FIB Circuit Edit, TEM Analysis, ESD & Latch-up Characterization, Burn-in & Reliability Qualification, PCB Layout Design (Load Boards, Probe Cards, Environmental DUT Hardware, High Performance Boards, etc.).
For more information on Nano Integrated Solutions, Inc. contact Lloyd D. Haugen III at (408) 496-4117 or via email at .
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