SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Checkpoint Technologies, LLC, noted supplier of laser scanning and photon emission microscopy systems for the failure analysis industry, announced the settlement of the ongoing lawsuit with DCG Systems. This settlement allows for Checkpoint to license DCG Systems’ patents while continuing its historical business in optical failure analysis and debugging tools for the semiconductor IC market. Checkpoint will continue to provide product innovation, high reliability and customer service.
“This settlement gives Checkpoint’s customers a stable and secure supply base moving forward for years to come. Continuity and stability are of paramount importance to Checkpoint and to our customers.”
Horst Groneberg, Checkpoint Technologies, Managing Member, states, “This settlement gives Checkpoint’s customers a stable and secure supply base moving forward for years to come. Continuity and stability are of paramount importance to Checkpoint and to our customers.”
Over the last 18 months, Checkpoint has continued its innovative new product development while experiencing substantial growth within the marketplace. The expansive growth that Checkpoint had seen over the previous 5 years continued throughout 2012. Checkpoint is now poised to deliver new systems to its customers that will continue to provide value and leading edge technologies.
About Checkpoint Technologies
Founded in 1995, Checkpoint Technologies develops and manufactures optical failure analysis tools used by semiconductor manufacturers to improve the speed and reliability of integrated circuits for the failure analysis industry. Checkpoint Technologies is headquartered in San Jose, California USA with worldwide sales and service. www.checkpointtechnologies.com