The semiconductor business requires constant, enormous investment in the development of the next generation of semiconductors. Also, demand is extremely volatile, so it is important to weigh the risks in investment.
Tera Probe invests in testing equipment and provides a test service allowing companies to avoid investment risk.
Our customers use outsourcing to enable the expensing of the testing business, and concentrate their energies instead on the design, development, and manufacture of semiconductors. We also provide a total service that includes back-end processes, further reducing investment risk.
Tera Probe offers the most suitable business models to customers for wide range of devices including DRAM, flash memory, SoC, image sensors, and analog based on our extensive experience. We provide On-site testing service at our customers' test site as well as Off-site operations that utilize our testing facilities and production line.
Tera Probe aggressively invests in testing and probing technology development to enable quick start of production of next-generation devices. To achieve that, we have formed technical ties and conduct joint development on a wide scale not only with device manufacturers, but also the manufacturers of testers, probers, and probe cards. We can provide stable, low-cost, and high-quality tests in a short time due to our technology, which among the most advanced in the world.
Tera Probe boasts world-class technical skills accumulated over long years as a testing company that was once a unit of a semiconductor device manufacturer. We respond to customer demands with management and operational expertise for the most advanced facilities, and a quality control system at the highest level of the world.
We have obtained ISO9001 of international standards to ensure that our quality will be trusted by our customers. We have also obtained ISO27001 for Information Security Management System, ISO14001 for Environmental Management System, and OHSAS18001 for Occupational Health and Safety Management System.