On April 28th, ACE Solution and Teradyne, in cooperation with Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association (PIDA) and other associations jointly organized the "Compound Semiconductor Crossover Exchange Seminar" in Nobel Lecture Hall of ACE Biotek. Kenneth Tai, chairman of PIDA, attended the seminar and shared his thoughts with experts and scholars to promote the Eagle Test System (ETS) series, which provide high-quality and precise testing capabilties to effectively reduce testing costs.
The event was hosted by ACE Solution and Teradyne, and co-organized by PIDA, National Yangming Chiao Tung University (NYCU),KLA, ULVAC, and PITOTECH. According to Teradyne, the ETS series offer excellent economics and delivers broad device coverage, which also give users the unprecedented ability to scale their test platform within the ETS series to match their throughput demands.
According to ACE Solution, compound semiconductors, especially new materials such as silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN), have unique advantages in the applications of automotive power systems and power management, as well as vehicles, green energy, 5G, radar, data centers and other end-user applications.
At the end, all the speakers and VIPs took a group photo together on stage, marking a wonderful end to this seminar.
Figure 1: The Compound Semiconductor Crossover Exchange Seminar gathered renowned industry experts.