Ultratech, Inc.

Ultratech, Inc.

Ultratech, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

1979

Headquarters

3050 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA, 95134, USA

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

312

Industries

Semiconductors
Appliances & Electronics
Advertising & Marketing
Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing

Company Description

Founded in 1979, Ultratech, Inc. (NASDAQGM:UTEK) is a leader in both of its major technology markets—advanced packaging and laser processing. The company’s advanced packaging lithography systems deliver compelling yield gains and superior packaging performance at the industry’s lowest overall cost of ownership. Equally impressive is Ultratech’s laser processing technology which increases chip performance while reducing energy consumption. These state-of-the-art technologies are considered by today’s leading chipmakers to be the gateway to future device generations. Industry leaders from the semiconductor, display and nanotechnology markets look to Ultratech to provide highly reliable, cost-effective technology solutions that enable today’s and tomorrow’s sophisticated devices.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Executive Officer & Director

Executive

General Manager

GM Global Manufacturing

Senior Director of Development Engineering

Controller

Marketing Coordinator

Benefit Plan Administrator

Benefit Plan Administrator

Board of Directors

Former Chief Executive Officer at Veeco Instruments, Inc.

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Recent Transactions
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Veeco Instruments, Inc. purchases Ultratech, Inc.

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Ultratech, Inc. purchases BCC Holding, Inc.

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Ultratech, Inc. purchases Oraxion, Inc.

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Advised onUltratech, Inc. purchases Presidio, Inc.

Investment Advisor

Advised onVeeco Instruments, Inc. purchases Ultratech, Inc.

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Counsel

Advised onVeeco Instruments, Inc. purchases Ultratech, Inc.

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

Partner at Quarles & Brady LLP

Clients

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We are thousands of people worldwide working to enable you to store, collect, access, and use a vast and growing body of digital information. Our reliable hard drives and solid state drives, marketed under the WD and HGST brands, are everywhere that digital information and content is found: in the cloud, supporting your mobile digital lifestyle; in business and personal computers; in external storage devices; in the digital video recorder in your home; and in sophisticated medical, military, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing and telecommunications systems. We also make media players that enable you to enjoy your digital content on the biggest screen in your house – your TV. Our customers range from some of the largest companies in the world to individual users like you. With the acquisition of Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST), now a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Digital Corporation, we have expanded R&D resources, a broader product portfolio, greater manufacturing scale and a larger geographic footprint. With two successful independent subsidiaries, WD and HGST, we expect to accomplish great things as we build the new WD to be the world’s leading storage solutions provider

Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
$831M
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$194M
EBITDA
$15.4M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
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Taiwan Mask Corp. Metal Manufacturing & Products

Taiwan Mask Corp. engages in the research and development, manufacture and sale of photomasks.It specializes in semiconductors, liquid crystal display, transistor, integrated circuit, charge-coupled device, and light-emitting diode industry. The company was founded on October 21, 1988 and is headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Competitors
Canon, Inc. Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing

Canon, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of office multifunction devices, copying machines, printers, cameras, and lithography equipment. It operates through the following segments: Office Business Unit, Imaging System Business Unit, and Industry and Others Business Unit. The Office Business Unit segment offers MFDs, printers, copying machines for personal and office use, and production print products for print professionals. It also delivers added value to customers through software, services and solutions. The Imaging System Business Unit segment manufactures and markets digital cameras and digital video camcorders, as well as lenses and various related accessories. The Industry and Others Business Unit segment offers semiconductor and flat panel display lithography equipment, digital radiography systems, ophthalmic equipment, vacuum thin-film deposition equipment, organic light-emitting diode panel manufacturing equipment, micro motors, computers, handy terminals, and document scanners. The company was founded on August 10, 1937 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Applied Materials, Inc. Semiconductors - Santa Clara, CA

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KLA-Tencor Corp. Medical Products & Equipment - MILPITAS, CA

KLA-Tencor was formed in April 1997 through the merger of KLA Instruments (KLA) and Tencor Instruments (Tencor), two long-time leaders in the semiconductor equipment industry. Prior to the merger, both businesses served a segment of the inspection and metrology area; with KLA focused on defect inspection solutions and Tencor placing its emphasis on metrology solutions. Merging together in a one-to-one stock swap valued at $1.3 billion, KLA-Tencor became the most important process control player in the industry, bringing to market a complete line of yield management products and services from a single company. KLA was named after its founders, Ken Levy and Bob Anderson. The word “Tencor” came about because the founder of Tencor, Karel Urbanek, wanted a two syllable name that would be easy to remember. KLA Instruments was first established in 1975, with its first product emerging on the market in 1978—an automated inspection system that reduced photomask inspection time from eight hours to 15 minutes. Shortly thereafter, KLA Instruments went public and expanded its inspection product portfolio to include patterned wafer inspection systems. Two years later, KLA further broadened its offerings into the wafer metrology business through optical overlay and line-width measurement systems. During the subsequent few years, the company expanded its product base through the development of software solutions to help integrate inspection and measurement data for analysis—ultimately forming the industry’s first yield management software services group to provide customers with expertise in yield enhancement through engineering consulting services. 1977, Tencor Instruments established its name, and first introduced its yield management product—the Alpha-Step stylus surface profiler—just seven months later. This yield management solution provided significant improvement in step-height measurement, a critical parameter in measuring film layer thickness. In 1984, Tencor Instruments launched its first Surfscan product—a particle and contamination defect system based on laser scanning technology, which soon became the production standard. By the late 1990s, Tencor had broadened its yield management product offerings to also include defect review and data analysis tools. Following an initial public offering in 1993, Tencor then acquired Prometrix, a leading supplier of thin-film measurement solutions, and further expanded its yield management product offering. At the time of its merger with KLA, Tencor had revenues of approximately $403 million and 1,400 employees around the world

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