Syntricity, a San Diego-based developer of software used by the semiconductor industry, announced Monday the release of a new product to analyze engineering data, push products into production, and manage final test manufacturing yields.
The new software, dataConductor 7.1., provides online access to engineering and production data, Syntricity said in a release, and analytic solutions to quickly ramp sophisticated products into volume production at peak yields.
It's been made available through dataConductor.com, a software-as-a-service offering, or as an enterprise installation.
“With dataConductor 7.1, we’ve enhanced the storage, retrieval, and analysis of engineering and production data,” Steven Griffith, CEO and co-founder of Syntricity, said. “Whether you are drilling down into the details of a single measurement or studying quarterly yield trends across product lines, dataConductor 7.1 gives people the power to organize and analyze their data, quickly make data-driven decisions, and improve their processes.”