Eclipse delivers scalable performance for testing a wide range of semiconductors, from analog ICs to high performance mobile processors. The new capability incorporates Cohu’s proprietary tri-temperature T-Core thermal technology providing precise, multi-site temperature management and yield optimization for an emerging class of automotive processors. It also enables both IDM and fabless customers to test high-end processors used in augmented virtual reality and deep-learning applications, giving continuity to Cohu’s leadership in advanced thermal test.
“The new Eclipse tri-temperature offering will further solidify Cohu’s
test handling leadership in the growing automotive market. We are well
positioned to address the emerging ADAS (Automated Driver Assist
Systems) test requirements where a new category of powerful processors
need precise temperature control in stringent environmental conditions.
Recent multiple customer wins highlight Cohu’s thermal architectural
advantage in the Eclipse pick-and-place handler,” said
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Jeffrey D. Jones – Investor Relations