Our takeaway from Semicon Taiwan

September 20, 2022

Semicon Taiwan 2022, held last week at Taipei Nankang Exhibition Hall, attracted an influential audience from all segments and sectors of the global microelectronics industries. Over the past 10 years, Semicon Taiwan became one of the most important semiconductor industry shows, going hand in hand with the region's development in this area. Comet's local team took the opportunity to showcase our company's latest developments and engage with a highly targeted audience.

Size matters

Our three divisions Comet PCT, Comet Yxlon and Comet X-Ray showed together at one booth how collaboration and synergies can benefit to customers who are looking for reliable partners in microelectronic manufacturing – Whether at the back-end with industrial x-ray modules and systems for non-destructive inspection, or at the front-end with advanced solutions for plasma processing. 

Synertia® hits the Asian soil

Comet PCT chose Semicon Taiwan to premiere Synertia® in Asia. Comet's new RF power delivery platform is bringing to this "high-speed market" a disruptive process technology that provides powerful command and control of plasma conditions at the highest speed.

First feedback from visitors has been very positive and the new functionalities are considered highly relevant to the next generation of microchips produced in Taiwan.

Big x-ray inspection solutions for tiny parts

The demand for ever smaller parts requires increased quality assurance.

At the booth, visitors could experience our x-ray and CT inspection solutions: our Comet Yxlon team demonstrated to manufacturers how our x-ray and CT systems can help them meet the high standards of semiconductor quality control – From single die traditional packages to wafers and advanced packaging devices.

 

The best of inspection also comes from the most precise x-ray sources: The Comet X-ray team presented the FXE series, the high-resolution open microfocus modules, to a taiwanese audience seeking for accuracy and performance needed in semiconductor inspection.

Overall, Semicon Taiwan lived up to its promise of being a top event for microelectronics manufacturing. After two hybrid editions in the previous years, Comet Taiwan's local team was happy to meet in person with partners to find ways to shape the future of semiconductor manufacturing and related industries.

 

 

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