We had a number of other highlights during the second quarter that I’d like to bring to your attention. First, Spansion, a leading NOR Flash producer is growing its market share now that they have exited from bankruptcy.
In December, we announced booking another $3 million in orders for multiple WaferPak contactors. We believe these new WaferPak orders validate the cost savings advantages of using our FOX-1 tester, which can test a full wafer with thousands of die in a single touchdown.
Most importantly, these recent orders show that Spansion is committed to using their large install based of FOX-1 testers located in Austin and Japan.
Second, we’re pleased to announce today that we booked over $1 million in WaferPak contactors for multiple new designs from Micronics. This automotive customer continues to see the growing demand for automotive sensors and they believe our FOX-15 wafer-level burn-in system is a cost effective solution for burn-in.We hope to see additional WaferPak contactor orders for these new designs over the next few quarters as the worldwide automotive business continues to strengthen. Third, in November we announced an order from a leading U.S. Military Defense customer for our newly-configured ABTS-L72. ABTS-L72 is a highly flexible system with a high number of channels and power supplies per burn-in board. And with the added capability of a pattern generator per slot, our customer can do reliability testing on up to 36 different devices at one time. The ABTS-L72 is an ideal system for qualifications and reliability applications; particularly for the requirement to process many small lots. And finally, we are pleased to report that we shipped a cost-optimized ABTS system for low-to-medium power logic devices. As you may recall last March we announced the sale of a special ABTS system to a major Japanese integrated device manufacturer for production burn-in of high-end microcontroller devices. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com