Santa Clara, CA--February 19, 1997--Electroglas Inc. (Santa Clara, CA) announced it has received a contract from Dominion Semiconductor to provide multiple Horizon 4000 Series probers for final and in-line testing in its wafer fabrication facility in Manassas, VA. The Horizon Series probers, which include the flagship 4090 system, will be used in the manufacture of leading-edge semiconductor chips including 64 Mbit dynamic random access devices (DRAMs).
Scheduled to ship throughout 1997, Electroglas' systems will be configured with Bottom Probe Card Changer (BPCC), Hinged Test Head Munipulator (HTM), and the advanced capabilities of Direct Probe Sensor II (DSP II) for facilitating highly accurate probe-to-pad alignment on all Horizon 4090 models. In addition to these features, the probers ordered will incorporate GEM (Generic Eqipment Model), which is compliant to Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) standards.
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North Charleston, SC--February 18, 1997--The DARPA Rapid Prototyping of Application Specific Signal Processors (RASSP) program is hosting a Top-Down Design Workshop for educators.
This comprehensive, full-week workshop, to be held August 11-14, 1997 at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, is being hosted by Professor James Aylor of the University of Virginia. The cost of the workship is $350 for qualified educators to cover course material, lunches, and a reception. This workshop is also open to the industry on a space available basis for $700.
The workshop is designed for educators interested in introducing Top-Down Design techniques into their undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Instructional material will be provided, including presentation material, student and instructor notes, labs, test problems, and answers.
Lodging accommodations may be obtained from the Best Wester Cavalier Inn. The rate is $59/single and $65/double, which includes a continental breakfast. Reservations can be made by calling (804) 296-8111, and must be made by July 18, 1997 to take advantage of the group rate. Refer to the "DARPA Educators Workshop" when making the reservation.
Attendance at this workshop is limited. More detailed information is available by contacting Maximo H. Salinas, University of Virginia, at (804) 924-6101 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may register by visiting our Web site at http://rassp.scra.org/top-down or by calling (803)760-3376.
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