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ISA – International Semicon Alliance – is a cooperation of internationally leading technology companies from the semiconductor industry. The companies combine a high level of technical expertise in the implementation of all sub-processes in assembly and connection technology. From bonding, soldering and sintering to inspection and quality analysis, the members of ISA offer the entire manufacturing chain from a single source. In addition, cross-process support and consulting services are offered for an efficient, reliable and reproducible manufacturing process. Customers and interested parties can thus rely on a holistic manufacturing concept. This massively reduces implementation costs and time-to-market.

Bond Puls

The company Bond Pulse supports customers in the fields of electronics and semiconductor manufacturing, industrial engineering and the automation industry with the development and validation of processes and products. We apply engineering and scientific knowledge in combination with state-of-the art statistical methods for data analysis. This is possible due to an international team of experts with comprehensive competence and experience. Our employees support you at your projects and perform professional training courses in-house as well as open trainings and workshops at different locations in Europe, the USA and Asia.
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The focus of budatec GmbH, based in Berlin, is on vacuum soldering systems and systems for sintering semiconductor chips. The product range extends from small batch systems to fully automated production systems. Budatec systems are used worldwide in the production of electronic and power electronic components, by suppliers to the automotive industry, in the manufacture of lasers and in medical technology. In numerous research facilities, budatec systems form the basis for the implementation of new forward-looking technologies.


Nanotest was founded as a company around material characterization in 2004. The focus quickly shifted to thermal material characterization. In the following years, further measurement methods and systems followed, as well as expertise in thermography-based failure analysis. Years followed as Nanotest built up a portfolio of different measurement techniques as well as a lot of experience in thermal management, characterization and understanding of current and future industrial challenges. Today, Nanotest consists of a team of more than 20 employees working at the headquarters in Berlin and in an additional laboratory in Chemnitz, Saxony. Nanotest has a portfolio of 5 different measurement systems and offers measurement and analysis services to industrial and academic partners around the world.