Advantest Virtual Tradeshow Draws Nearly 200 Attendees from 47 Companies

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Leading semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest Corporation held its first virtual tradeshow on March 10−11 to maintain the flow of valuable technical, industry and market data among employees, customers and partners worldwide without risking exposure to COVID-19. Nearly 200 attendees representing 47 companies attended the informative, online sessions presented in multiple languages by a global group of speakers, including Advantest topic experts and executives from SEMI, the global industry organization representing the electronics-manufacturing supply chain.

“The success of this unique virtual tradeshow focusing on the semiconductor test industry shows the power of reacting quickly to changing market conditions to provide a valuable service to customers,” said Judy Davies, vice president of global marketing communications at Advantest. “Thank you to all of our speakers. With their help, we accomplished our goals to help address the industry’s information needs and provide opportunities for members of the global test community to interact with each other.”

Recordings of the virtual tradeshow presentations are available until June 1.



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