RoodMicrotec, SGA Enter Into Cooperation for ASIC Testing

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RoodMicrotec N.V., a leading independent company for semiconductors supply and quality services, and Svenska Grindmatriser AB (SGA), a well-established fabless IDM for the development and supply of customized mixed-signal ASICs, announce that the companies have started a cooperation for high-volume production testing of SGA’s ASIC products.

The cooperation with RoodMicrotec as European partner enables SGA to meet the rapidly growing market demand. Furthermore, RoodMicrotec as a supplier will help SGA to strengthen its supply chain by providing flexible testing capacities as well as other quality assessment services.

“This collaboration offers us the opportunity to grow faster. In addition, both companies benefit from each other's knowledge, which is of tremendous value! Therefore, I am expecting this cooperation to be growing to a strategic level”, says Henrik Sjöberg, CEO of SGA.

Being a leading European service provider in the semiconductor industry, this partnership matches well with RoodMicrotec’s portfolio of capabilities.

Martin Sallenhag, CEO of RoodMicrotec, says, “This cooperation shows that we are a reliable partner for test and quality services in Europe. It is always nice to see that such strong companies as SGA rely on our expertise and test capabilities. In addition, this project helps us to strengthen our position as a service provider for the Swedish semiconductor industry.”


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