Jordan Valley Semiconductors Ltd. provides metrology solutions for thin films based on novel, rapid, non-contacting and non-destructive X-ray technology for the Semiconductors industry.
Seventy five percent of the world's top 25 semiconductor manufacturers rely on Jordan Valley metrology tools for front-end and back-end applications, including development of the next-generations thin films. Jordan Valley's commitment to innovation and technology leadership drives the continuing release of new advances in metrology, and has garnered numerous awards and industry recognition. However, technology alone has not driven the company's success. The Jordan Valley name is synonymous with unparalleled customer service and support.
In April 2008, Jordan Valley extended its technology leadership with the acquisition of Bede, the premiere supplier of high-resolution XRD metrology solutions for the semiconductor and compound industries. The acquisition provides customers worldwide with the industry's most comprehensive suite of X-ray metrology tools, as well as expanded service and support facilities around the globe.
For 30 years, the Jordan Valley team has been at the very forefront of technological superiority and innovation, and consists of more than 100 scientists, engineers, marketing, and support personnel around the globe—including a management and R&D team with decades of experience in semiconductor manufacturing technologies. Research, development, manufacturing, marketing, applications, and customer support are headquartered in Migdal Ha´Emek, Israel. Additional manufacturing and R&D of the QC/D1 & systems are located in Durham, UK. Demo lab is located in Austin Tx, USA. Other Sales & Customer support offices are located in Asia and Europe.
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