The Week In Review: Manufacturing

By Mark Lapedus

Winners, losers in Toshiba bid; GF RF; virtual fab; EUV inspection; VC funds; memory trends; chip drivers.

Coventor has announced the availability of SEMulator3D 6.1 — the latest version of its semiconductor virtual fabrication platform. According to the company, this new version further increases the accuracy of the process simulation, geometry and modeling of advanced semiconductor processes with new features and usability enhancements. Along with SEMulator3D Version 6.1, Coventor is releasing an all-new SEMulator3D Analytics add-on component that automates statistical analysis of process variation directly from within the SEMulator3D process-predictive platform.

“The real break-through here is our ability to drive technology yield ramp actions by optimizing process steps and process variation in a statistical environment. Important process parameters can be statistically analyzed to identify areas of concern with structural measurements, yield checks and electrical specifications” said David Fried, CTO of Coventor. “Now, our users can automate the large statistical design of experiments (DOEs) for virtual fabrication, to minimize critical defects and maximize device performance and yield.”

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