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Posted: Oct 06, 2010

Camtek Receives a $3 Million Order for Multiple Wafer Inspection Systems

(Nanowerk News) Camtek Ltd. announced today that it received an order for multiple wafer inspection systems from a major OSAT (outsourced semiconductor assembly and test) company in South East Asia.
The order, totaling approximately $3 million dollars, includes several Condor systems for 2D inspection. The systems are expected to be installed during the fourth quarter of 2010.
Mr. Roy Porat, Camtek's CEO, commented, "We are very pleased with this order, demonstrating the strong traction that the Condor is gaining in the market. This order is a result of continuous efforts working with this OSAT, that already has multiple Camtek systems. We believe that our selection as tool of choice for this project, will generate additional orders for us going into 2011. We believe that our system meets the inspection needs of our customers in general, and particularly within the OSAT environment, given the subcontractor's requirements for rigorous cost and performance constraints combined with flexibility.
About Camtek Ltd.
Camtek Ltd provides automated solutions dedicated for enhancing production processes and yield, enabling our customers new technologies in two industries; Semiconductors, Printed Circuit Board (PCB) & IC Substrates.
Camtek addresses the specific needs of these industries with dedicated solutions based on a wide and advanced platform of technologies including intelligent imaging, image processing, ion milling and digital material deposition. Camtek's solutions range from micro-to-nano by applying its technologies to the industry-specific requirements. http://www.camtek.co.il.
Source: Camtek (press release)
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