Robson Technologies, Inc. (RTI) announces the purchase of the exclusive manufacturing and sales rights for UltraTest International's (UTI) curve trace test systems. The purchase includes UTI's complete product line, including the MegaTrace, AutoTrace, and MultiTrace products. RTI, founded in 1989, is a major supplier of test sockets and test fixtures for semiconductors, modules, and small printed circuit board assemblies. Bill Robson, founder and president of RTI remarked "The purchase makes RTI the only company that can supply a turn-key solution for an Integrated Digital Curve Trace System, DC Parametric Analyzer, and Latch-up Test system and all the required DUT boards, FA test sockets, remote test heads, cables, and other required mechanical fixtures."
UTI has been the leading supplier of curve trace test systems for over 20 years and have systems located throughout the world. Chris O'Connor, a leading industry expert in failure analysis and previous UTI Vice President, has joined RTI and will continue to provide excellent technical support for the test systems. The UTI manufacturing and application support team has also joined RTI and will also continue to support the manufacturing of the test systems.
RTI specializes in the design and manufacturing of test fixtures in support of failure analysis and production test environments. RTI's product line includes standard and specialty sockets and lids for topside and backside package analysis and controlled temperature controlled sockets for analysis and product engineering applications. RTI's test fixtures include standard interfaces to most production and diagnostic test systems as well as custom designs for specialty test systems. RTI also offers a complete line of universal BGA sockets and DUT boards in support of the UTI curve trace systems as well as other dedicated test systems.
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