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Managing MEMS: Managing Change Can Maximize Profits

Silicon Semiconductor’s Mark Andrews explores manufacturing execution system (MES) applications including Siemens PLM Software’s highly capable Camstar Semiconductor Suite. This Siemens MOM product enables control, visibility and continuous improvement across all levels of semiconductor manufacturing.

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Semiconductor MES: CIO Executive Vision Series

Watch this three-part video series in which CIOs at top semiconductor companies share their pains, successes and growth opportunities. These executives describe how they are able to meet increasing customer demand by adapting to the needs of ever-growing and ever-changing manufacturing operations.… Learn more →

Phononic Implements Camstar Semiconductor Suite to Enable Rapid Growth and Scale Production

“Mission-Critical” Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Deployed in Ten Weeks

Charlotte, NC (March 11, 2015) – Camstar, a Siemens Business, announced today that Phononic, a company reinventing cooling and heating, successfully implemented Semiconductor SuiteTM, Camstar’s Enterprise Manufacturing Execution System …  Learn more →

SEMICON West 2015

July 14 – 16, 2015
San Francisco, CA
Booth #529

Learn how Camstar’s proven out-of-the-box Semiconductor Suite scales with the growth and complexity of your business across all of your frontend and backend operations. Our customers are no longer hindered …  Learn more →

Camstar Process Automation Controller (PAC) Data Sheet

Powerful, Open Platform for the Implementation of Equipment Integration Solutions

Process Automation Controller (PAC) is a powerful, open platform for the implementation of equipment integration and automation solutions in the field of Semiconductor, Electronics, MEMS, PV and Medical Device Manufacturing.…  Learn more →

Axendia Research Alert: Stop Focusing on Compliance; Start Focusing on Improving Product Quality

Improving product quality is a renewed focus at the FDA, from the Commissioner on down. “In recent years the FDA has identified significant lapses in quality by some companies operating in the U.S. and around the world…,” commented FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, M.D. “Maintaining high quality standards is part of the cost of doing business.”… Learn more →

Camstar SDLC Data Sheet

Camstar’s Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) provides highly predictable delivery, top quality, optimal flexibility for prioritization of functionality, and responsiveness to customer feedback. As a result, manufacturers can quickly and easily take advantage of new features and capabilities in Camstar’s applications …  Learn more →

Semiconductor Peer Talk – Ensuring MES Project Success: Lowering the Risk of Replacing a Legacy System

Replacing MES in a semiconductor facility is high risk – but the risk of inaction is even higher for many facilities. So you need to know how to ensure your MES replacement project is as low-risk as possible. Allegro, NXP, and International Rectifier share six keys to success from recent experience.… Learn more →

Semiconductor Peer Talk – Beyond Customization: Get Added Functionality by Switching to Modern MES

Are customizations to your outdated MES costing you more than investing in a new MES? NXP thought so, and is replacing their unsupportable older MES with a modern platform. In that case, four out of five of the customizations in the legacy MES are now standard features or functions in modern MES. Learn what types of capabilities are available now.… Learn more →

Semiconductor Peer Talk – The Case to Replace MES: 3 Types of Benefits

How many ways will you benefit from a new system? Many companies now face the task of making a business case for investing in new software for semiconductor production. Here Allegro and International Rectifier outline three different categories of benefits to include. Benefits are not all that goes in the formal justification – and it’s important to know that other factors beyond the business case might drive action, too.… Learn more →