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Press release date: December 1, 2013
Google Chromecast IC is tested on Multitest's proven MT9928 Gravity Test Handler
Rosenheim, Germany — Multitest, a designer and manufacturer of final test handlers, contactors and load boards used by integrated device manufacturers (IDMs) and final test subcontractors worldwide, announces that its MT9928 Gravity Feed Handler has been selected to support the Google Chromecast-related production by a leading semiconductor company. Consumer products typically have a short lifecycle and face intense competition. Therefore, time-to-market is critical for the entire supply chain.
The MT9928 has an impressive worldwide installed base on test floors for volume production. All listed specifications are field proven and the system is technically mature without any infancy issues. Therefore, it is ideal for a fast ramping business.
More than 50 dedicated options, a variety of available upgrades and retrofits, and the modular design ensure that the MT9928 is a state-of-the-art test handler that meets the requirements of today's applications. A throughput specification of 28,000 units per hour provides the output that is needed for the high volumes in the consumer market.
The combination of cost-efficient, fast and reliable test handling with state-of-the-art technology fully supports the fast-ramping of innovative consumer products, such as Google Chromecast, with reliable test output.
To learn more about the MT9928, visit www.multitest.com/MT9928.
Multitest (headquartered in Rosenheim, Germany) is one of the world's leading manufacturers of test equipment for semiconductors. Multitest markets test handlers, contactors and ATE printed circuit boards. Multitest has more than 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, providing solutions to the automotive, consumer and communication but also to the sensor market. Globally, more than 900 employees serve the company's customers in offices and branches in North America, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, China and Thailand.