CHERRY HILL, N.J., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- inTEST Corporation (Nasdaq: INTT) will be displaying its new integrated test cell concept at SEMICON Europa, in Munich, Germany this week. The test cell integrates many of inTEST's products such as our test head positioner and docking hardware and tester interface products, which enable us to provide complete electro-mechanical systems that can be used by semiconductor manufacturers.
Jerome Bortnem, inTEST's Vice President of Sales and Marketing said, "This new test cell concept showcases all of our latest technologies and provides the solutions that many of our OEM customers have been looking for. With our newest test head design capabilities, we have combined our patented test head positioner, docking hardware and tester interface products into an integrated test enclosure or workstation. This new concept provides our customers with a solution that minimizes the foot print for our equipment on the test floor."
In addition to the new test cell concept, inTEST will also be displaying its Temptronic divisions newest TITAN ThermoChuck(R) System which can now also test 300mm wafers, and will also be debuting its TestDesign divisions newest probe card motherboard system for use with probe card metrology tools. All of the Company's products can be seen at the SEMICON Europa Show in Munich Germany, April 24th -26th, 2001, in Halle A1, booth #422, or by visiting our website at www.intest.com.
inTEST Corporation www.intest.com is a leading independent designer, manufacturer and marketer of positioner and docking hardware products, temperature management systems and customized interface solutions that are used by semiconductor manufacturers to perform final testing of integrated circuits and wafer products. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, inTEST has manufacturing facilities in New Jersey, Massachusetts, California, the UK and Singapore. In addition, inTEST also has offices in Japan and Germany, which provide design, sales, service and support, with additional support personnel in Arizona and Texas.