July 27, 2007 — /PRWEB/ — DUBLIN, PA — QuantumClean(R), the leading provider of outsourced parts cleaning, process tool part restoration, and surface treatment to the semiconductor industry, recently announced that the firm has completed the technology transfer for a strategic joint venture with Singapore-based Champ Asia to create the first Asian facility with QuantumClean’s technology standards, QuantumClean Asia.
QuantumClean recently transferred to QuantumClean Asia its key technology including recipes, process control, and expertise. The technology transfer to Asia enables QuantumClean to position itself as the leading technology player in the regional market and allows the firm to remain competitive with independent device manufacturers and also with foundries, which can be some of the world’s most challenging clients.
“This joint venture allows us to solidify our position as an industry leader,” says David Zuck, vice president of technology and operations for QuantumClean. “Now we can provide our processes, knowledge and expertise to the Asian market and extend our ability to serve international customers.”
QuantumClean has successfully launched a technology development roadmap with leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and independent device manufacturers (IDMs), which have also been introduced to Asia through QuantumClean Asia. QuantumClean is also leveraging its research and development capabilities in the U.S. to align with Asia’s leading players. QuantumClean Asia has formed a solid standard in the Asian market with QuantumClean’s technology, which has allowed the company to dramatically decrease its time to market and displace previously established service providers with significant gains in regional market share.
QuantumClean (Quantum Global Technologies, LLC) is the leading provider of outsourced parts cleaning, process tool part restoration, surface treatment and analytical engineering services for semiconductor fabricators. The company operates technologically innovative cleaning centers in every major semiconductor market across the U.S. and Asia, providing process improvement through consistently cleaner parts(R) that exceeds industry standards, dramatically reducing its customers’ total cost of ownership. Founded in 2000, QuantumClean is headquartered in Dublin, PA, with Advanced Technology Cleaning Centers(R) in the Silicon Valley, Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, and New England regions.
For more about QuantumClean, visit the company’s web site at http://www.quantumclean.com.