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Home > Press > Leading Supplier of Nanoprobing Tools to the Semiconductor Industry Embraces ISO Quality Standard; MultiProbe Inc. Earns ISO 9001:2008 Certification

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MultiProbe Inc., the world's leading supplier of nanoprobing tools to the semiconductor industry, has recently earned ISO 9001:2008 certification for its quality management system (QMS).

Leading Supplier of Nanoprobing Tools to the Semiconductor Industry Embraces ISO Quality Standard; MultiProbe Inc. Earns ISO 9001:2008 Certification

Santa Barbara, CA | Posted on March 13th, 2009

MultiProbe Inc., the world's leading supplier of nanoprobing tools to the semiconductor industry, has embraced the high quality standards established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Following a rigorous Registrar audit, MultiProbe recently earned ISO 9001:2008 certification for its quality management system (QMS).

The company's technology has been recognized for excellence through organizations such as Semi, ASM, and R&D 100. MultiProbe's Atomic Force Prober (AFP) Nanoprober allows analysts to characterize a variety of nanoscale devices both physically and electrically, without the need for a vacuum chamber or under the adverse influence of a charged electron beam. It reduces Failure Analysis (FA) times from weeks to hours.

Aside from a long-held commitment to high quality, MultiProbe (www.multiprobe.com) was motivated by its industry focus to achieve ISO certification. "Our customers are engineers and manufacturing professionals in very high-tech, ISO certified organizations. They demand that we think and act with an ISO mindset. By conforming to ISO 9001:2008 standards, our engineering and manufacturing teams benefit from the systems implemented to measure and communicate compliance to specifications. Upon receiving certification, the company as a whole benefits from the recognition it receives for quality and professionalism. The ISO 9001:2008 certification signifies a standard of excellence we are proud to have met and committed to defend in coming years," states Andy Erickson, MultiProbe founder and CEO.

The MultiProbe AFP is currently being used successfully to probe the 22nm technology node. The company also offers Electrical Characterization Services and hosts FACES, (Failure Analysis Characterization Expertise Seminars). Open to the entire FA community, regardless of affiliation, FACES is a live online venue that presents FA engineers from leading companies with an opportunity to share ideas. All sessions are recorded and available in an online video archive, www.multiprobe.com/technology/videoArchive.php.

MultiProbe worked closely with Change Management Consulting, Inc. (www.cmc-changemanagement.com) to achieve its ISO 9001 registration. "MultiProbe represents a growing trend among high-tech companies with innovative technology to embrace formal quality standards," stated Stanley Cherkasky, CMC's Managing Partner. "We are pleased to lend our ISO 9001:2008 expertise to help leading-edge organizations like MultiProbe enjoy the benefits bestowed by ISO certification, including access to new markets."

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About MultiProbe Inc.
Manufacturer of the world's highest resolution nanoprober, MultiProbe is committed to satisfying customer expectations and continually improving technology, processes and customer service. The company has grown rapidly in its short life. This growth has resulted in MultiProbe being recognized and named the 68th fastest growing company in America for 2007 by Entrepreneur Magazines Hot 500 List. MultiProbe services client giants in telecommunications, bioscience, automotives, personal computers, and other segments of the microelectronics industry. Its customer base is worldwide with tools installed in Europe, Asia, and North America.

About Change Management Consulting, Inc. (CMC)

Founded in 1993, CMC is a global management consulting and training company, dedicated to helping organizations improve performance, achieve goals and manage human resources more effectively. As a full-service organizational improvement firm, CMC focuses on organizational and leadership development, strategic planning, ISO and Lean Six Sigma initiatives. The company excels in obtaining public funding assistance for its clients. For additional information about CMC, visit the company's Website at www.cmc-changemanagement.com.

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Contacts:
Susie Mauceri
MultiProbe, Inc.
(805) 560-0404

Stanley Cherkasky
Change Management Consulting, Inc.
(877) 268-2440

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