AEM bags the SBR National Business Award for Manufacturing Technology

The company is bringing Singapore technology to the forefront with its application-specific test solutions for complex chips used in 5G, AI, EV, and quantum computing applications.

Singapore, May 6, 2021 - AEM, a global leader in test and handling solutions, has won the SBR National Business Award for Manufacturing Technology. In its 6th year, the SBR National Business Awards is an initiative to honour local and homegrown companies in Singapore and recognise outstanding projects that have contributed to Singapore’s fast-growing economy.

AEM was recognised as the pioneer of System Level Test (SLT) solutions, which have significantly narrowed the widening gap between actual user failure detection and test coveragre possible on standard Automated Test Equipment (ATE) for more complex integrated circuit (IC) designs and advanced packaging.

“We’re humbled to be recognised for our excellence in manufacturing technology, lending credence to our position as a global leader in test innovation. AEM will continue to re-invest in R&D and strategic technology acquisitions to offer leading-edge test solutions for our customers and to work towards a zero failure world,” said Chandran Nair, Chief Executive Officer of AEM.

The rise of complex devices powered by complex chips that power everything from cell phones to airplanes has resulted in dramatic increase in test complexity and cost. To address this, AEM’s solutions maximize test coverage of complex devices and reduce cost dramatically by implementing asynchronous, modular, highly parallel architecture powered by the latest automation, thermal control, test instrumentation, and machine vision technologies.

With its early mover advantage, AEM’s intelligent handler and test solutions are enabled to leverage machine learning and data analytics with their application-specific testers providing their customers valuable insights that can help reduce the cost of test.

Watch the interview below to know more about their winning project:

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