Sept. 9, 2002 – Fremont, CA – Credence Systems Corp., a provider of solutions from design-to-production test for the worldwide semiconductor industry, will join the Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association (CASPA) as a corporate sponsor.
The association includes global leaders in the semiconductor industry and serves to promote technical communication, professional collaboration, and networking among individuals and companies.
Credence will officially become a corporate member of CASPA this month.
With over 60 corporate members worldwide, CASPA is an organization that covers the US as well as China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. CASPA consists of individual members, corporate members, a board of directors, a board of advisors, and honorable advisors. Mark Ding, Credence’s business development director for China, serves as the group’s CIO and is a member of its board of directors.
“We are pleased to accept the invitation to join CASPA, which will help strengthen Credence’s presence in Asia and further solidify our relationships within the industry,” said Steven Chen, GM of Credence’s China operations.
Founded in 1991, CASPA is an officially registered non-profit organization with both the IRS and the State of California. The group holds a series of industrywide meetings, conferences and other events, and publishes quarterly newsletters to inform its members of key industry issues.