Thursday, December 13, 2012

Intermolecular joins GSA

USA: Intermolecular Inc. has become a member of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), the voice of the global semiconductor industry.

The cost of R&D rises exponentially as the industry moves toward the production of ever smaller devices requiring new materials and device architectures. Intermolecular uses disruptive High Productivity Combinatorial (HPC) workflows to increase R&D productivity by 10-100 times, allowing customers to enhance product performance, mitigate development risks, and reduce time-to-market.

"We work with leaders in the semiconductor industry on the development of new materials, processes, and device intellectual property," said David Lazovsky founder, president, and CEO of Intermolecular. "Our current workflows are being used to accelerate R&D for both logic and memory devices, from 65nm- down to the 10nm-node. Since we're involved with leading semiconductor companies, it is natural for us to join a leading organization like GSA."

Intermolecular's mission is to drive customers' success by transforming R&D and accelerating innovation in markets that derive competitive advantage from the interaction of materials science, processes, integration and device architecture. Intermolecular's HPC workflows have accelerated the development of next-generation devices, and have rapidly improved the yield of devices from existing manufacturing lines.

"We feel that the timing is excellent for Intermolecular to join the GSA," said Jodi Shelton, co-founder and president of GSA. "Intermolecular helps technology companies increase their productivity so that they can bring better products to market faster. With escalating R&D costs for our member companies, Intermolecular's disruptive approach should be of great interest."

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