mmWave ATE solution debuts at SEMICON West 2019
A debut for its V93000 Wave Scale Millimeter solution will be one of the highlights on the Advantest stand at SEMICON West 2019 in San Francisco (July 9-11). Software tools and services will also be showcased alongside the company’s memory test platforms.
The V93000 is an integrated and modular multi-site millimeter-wave (mmWave) ATE test solution to cost-effectively test 5G-NR mmWave devices up to 70GHz.
This system has the high multi-site parallelism and versatility needed for multi-band mmWave frequencies, enabling customers to reduce their time to market for new designs running at mmWave frequencies.
Advantest also will exhibit an automotive display illustrating how the T2000 series of testers is being applied in improving the performance and reliability of broader types of automotive devices, from sensors, processors and powertrains to communication systems.
Other products to be featured during the event using digital graphic presentations include Advantest Test Solutions (ATS) for SoC system-level test and an array of software tools and services to improve overall productivity and test quality;
The MPT3000 platforms for system-level testing of SATA, SAS and PCIe Gen 4 solid-state drives (SSD) will also be on parad alongside the T5500-series and T5800-series memory test platforms for DRAM, 3D Xpoint and Flash memory devices.
In addition to product exhibits, Advantest will play an active role in the annual Test Vision Symposium on July 10-11, held concurrently with SEMICON West.
Derek Floyd, Advantest’s director of business development, serves as the symposium’s vice general chair.
Kotaro Hasegawa, senior director of system planning at Advantest, will present “New SiP Packaging Trends and Testing Challenges” at 10:50 a.m. on Wednesday, July 10 in room 21 of Moscone Center’s North Hall. He also will participate in that day’s poster session beginning at 12:05 p.m.
Looking to the future, Advantest will once again co-sponsor SEMI High Tech U, held in conjunction with SEMICON West. The program, which will run from July 9-11, helps high-school aged students interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to better understand the semiconductor industry and explore career possibilities by visiting exhibitors’ booths and seeing the industry up close.
Advantest personnel will teach various program modules focused on engineering design, critical thinking and social media as well as conduct practice interviews with students and emcee the final day of activities.