OSAT provider orders wafer inspection tools from Camtek

March 26, 2012 — Camtek Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE:CAMT) sold $3.5 million of Falcon inspection tools to a leading global outsourced semiconductor assembly and test (OSAT) provider, for various applications in the backend semiconductor assembly process.

The OSAT installing Falcon tools operates multiple package fabrication facilities throughout the world. Deliveries will take place during the current and next two quarters.

Camtek’s Falcon line of automated wafer inspection systems are used by semiconductor manufacturers, bumping houses, and packaging foundries for defect detection and metrology. Falcon systems were introduced in 2003, and Samsung is among the line’s users. They offer 2D and 3D inspection and metrology capabilities for wafers before or after test, along the bumping process or after dicing. They are designed to handle the special inspection needs of MEMS structures.

Camtek Ltd. provides automated and technologically advanced imaging, image processing, adaptive ion milling (AIM) and digital material deposition (DMD) products for semiconductor, printed circuit board (PCB) and IC substrate industries. Learn more at www.camtek.co.il.

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