Princeton Technology Selects Verigy V93000 SOC Test Platform

PTC selected the V93000 Pin Scale solution for its single, scalable platform and strong installed base in outsourced semiconductor assembly and test companies (OSATs), as well as for Verigy’s reputation and heritage in semiconductor test.

(January 15, 2008) CAMBRIDGE, MA — Engineers at MIT are developing a tiny sensor that could be used to detect minute quantities of hazardous gases — including toxic industrial chemicals and chemical warfare agents — much more quickly than current devices, says the MIT news office. The researchers have taken the common techniques of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry and shrunk the sensors to fit in a device the size of a computer mouse. Eventually, the team, led by MIT Professor Akintunde Ibitayo Akinwande, plans to build a detector about the size of a matchbox.


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