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Nanounity reports that its principal, Mountain Scientifics, Inc. has received an order for their new QSW-Express STT-RAM Wafer level Prober from a leading semiconductor equipment manufacturer .
Nanounity, a leading distributor of nanoscale imaging and analysis instrumentation, states that Mountain Scientifics, Inc. has received an order for their new QSW-Express wafer level prober for the characterization and testing of STT-RAM devices.
Santa Clara, CA July 19, 2012 Nanounity announces that their client, Mountain Scientifics, Inc. headquartered in Longmont, Colorado has just secured an order for its new QSW-Express STT-RAM wafer level prober from a leading semiconductor equipment supplier.
"The QSW platform, consisting of a patented compact high field closed-loop magnet and probe card arrangement, is the tool of choice for STT-RAM device manufacturers, and this opportunity to provide a top semiconductor equipment company is another milestone achievement for the team at Mountain Scientifics" stated Ben Cendana, Co-founder & Vice President of Nanounity’s STT-RAM & HDD Business Unit. The QSW was released in 1999 and continues in the tradition of providing innovative and elegant solutions for the testing of advanced STT-RAM devices and Hard Disk Drive recording heads.
Nanounity Signs Sales & Marketing Agreement with the Industry Leading Provider of Wafer-level Probing Characterization Systems for STT-RAM devices.
Nanounity announces the signing of a Sales & Marketing agreement with Mountain Scientifics Inc. (MSI) whereby Nanounity will promote the MSI QSW-Gen3 Quasi-Static Wafer tester product and associated accessories such as a patented magnet & probe card arrangement with In-Plane and Perpendicular Fields for the testing and characterization of STT-RAM devices and HDD recording heads.
"The requirement for early testing and characterization of STT-RAM devices and HDD recording heads is driven due in large part by the consumers demand for reliable storage systems," stated Ben Cendana, Co-founder & Vice President of Nanounity’s STT-RAM & HDD Business Unit. "In order to meet this demand, our STT-RAM and HDD customers have invested in advanced magnetic device development and expect prompt device performance feedback at the wafer level. The QSW-Gen3, initially released in 1999, is the first commercially available system and is the only tester in the market that is qualified in both STT-RAM and HDD production. The QSW-Gen3 has gone through generations of advanced product design improvements to help our customers accelerate their development and bridge the transition to high-volume production. The large QSW install base is a testament to MSI industry leadership and we at Nanounity are excited to add the QSW-Gen3 into our magnetics product portfolio.”
Nanounity Receives Topcon Aquila SEM Order from University of South Florida
Nanounity, a leading distributor of nanoscale imaging and analysis instrumentation, has received an order and successfully installed a Topcon Aquila Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) at the University of South Florida.
Topcon Aquila SEM Available from Nanounity.
The new Topcon Aquila Compact Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is now available from Nanounity. The Aquila seamlessly integrates SEM with optical microscopy, and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS). The Aquila bridges the gap between SEM, Optical Microscopy and Microanalysis in a compact system at low cost of ownership.
August 1, 2011 Nanounity announces that it has entered into an agreement with Topcon to distribute their Aquila Hybrid Scope in the U.S. and Canada. The Aquila is a compact scanning electron microscope (SEM) combined with an optical microscope, capable of microanalysis with energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) that brings the strength of all three techniques together in a compact design.
The Aquila is an all in one system; it’s fast, easy to use, sits right next to your desk and all you have to do is plug it into a standard electrical outlet. Notable features include 30x optical microscope, macro to micro navigation of the entire sample, motorized X, Y, tilt and rotatable stage, fully controlled by software.
With an SEM magnification range up to 50,000x, acceleration voltage range from 1kV to 20kV, and state of the art EDS detector from EDAX, the system allows you to do real microanalysis with a compact SEM. The Aquila offers truly useful functionality, optical, SEM and microanalysis, without the high cost normally associated with SEMs.
The Aquila complements Nanounity’s lines of Atomic Force Microscopes, conventional Scanning Electron Microscopes, Stylus and Optical profilometers. The company offers a comprehensive suite of imaging and analytical solutions for all budget ranges, user levels and applications.
Information about the Topcon Aquila Compact SEM is available online at http://www.nanounity.com, or by calling Nanounity at 1-408-235-8888.
April 15, 2011, Nanounity has signed an agreement with AEP Technology to become their U.S. sales channel. Nanounity a U.S. based sales and distribution company, specializing in nanoscale imaging and analysis instruments, has signed an agreement with AEP Technology, a Santa Clara California based manufacturer of surface metrology instruments, to serve as AEP Technology’s exclusive sales force for the U.S. AEP Technology manufactures a line of contact and non-contact surface profilometers. These surface profilers provide high resolution 3D images, accurate measurements with great repeatability. Contact and non-contact profilometers are used to measure the shape, finish and form of a surface, and are widely used in many fields including thin film engineering, MEMS, solar materials and optics. Please contact Nanounity at email@example.com for more information about AEP Technology products.
Nanounity launches a new website January 2011
Nanounity’s new website has been designed to enhance visitors ease-of-use and information gathering. Visitors can now navigate to information easily from the home page from our linked graphics, key words and standard menu bar. Each page on the site offers visitors a way to easily sign up for email updates and search for specific words of interest. As 2011 progresses, so will the new site, please visit often as we will frequently ad new material and features throughout the year. This new site design is thanks to Kapsenberg Design who can be found at www.kapsenbergdesign.com. If you’re looking for website designer we recommend Kapsenberg design and urge you to contact them directly.