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Nidec Advance Technology signs agreement with Synergie Cad Group


Nidec Advance Technology has signed a collaboration agreement with Synergie Cad Group. According to the strategic partnership agreement, the two companies will join forces to promote, sell and support each other’s products within designated territories.

Probe cards are essential tools in the electrical testing of semiconductor wafers before they are diced, packaged, assembled, and utilized in growing logic applications such as mobile, automotive and AI. The semiconductor market is also being driven by the defense and medical segments, which are sensitive to geographical risks with the supply chain and are increasingly required to be self-sufficient in each region and country.

Nidec and Synergie Cad agree to appoint each other as exclusive partners and authorized probe card repair operators in selected areas. Synergie Cad has agreed to sell probe card products to customers in Europe, whereas Nidec SV Probe will be responsible for the manufacture of these probe cards or will supply the parts for the probe card production performed by Synergie Cad. The two companies will also expand this collaboration globally for customer field support and materials/parts supply. Leveraging the strengths of both companies will not only boost productivity but allow a faster time to market and ultimately lower test costs for our customers.

“We are excited to be partnering with Synergie Cad,” said Hidekazu Yamazaki, President & CEO at Nidec Advance Technology. “It is an important phase in Nidec SV Probe’s growth strategy while at the same time developing our capabilities and technical proficiencies.”

“We are delighted to embark on this new and exciting collaboration and to support our customers in overcoming their technical challenges,” said Alain Librati, CEO at Synergie Cad Group. “This partnership with Nidec will facilitate the growth of our product and technical offerings through our complementary expertise with Nidec SV Probe.”

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