Our mission is to enhance the quality of small things that cannot be checked visually.
The discovery of the point-contact diode in 1948, by a group led by William Bradford Shockley, triggered the semiconductor industry with its history of germanium transistors and silicon transistors. The integrated circuit is now in its heyday and has much improved function.
The technology of manufacturing semiconductors became possible through incessant processes that consisted of high manufacturing technology such as crystallization, heat treatment, precision optical photograph, chemical treatment, vacuum deposition, sputtering, plating, dicing, grinding, precision electronic measurement and water treatment.
Generally, when we manufacture something, the manufacturer can see the product and adjust it as they work, but manufacturing semiconductors is a process that is based on a unit such as the micron (1/1,000 of 1mm) or PPM (1/1,000,000) and it is very difficult to see and to adjust it directly during manufacturing. This is the major difference between generally manufacturing something and manufacturing a semiconductor. Therefore, the people who engage in manufacturing semiconductors have to manufacture them through a complicated process without seeing whether their work is proper or not.
Currently, semiconductors have been released to the world as the indispensable parts of core components for electronic products.
We, the factory engaged in the manufacturing of semiconductors, think that our mission is to make a good quality product. Using the most up-to-date equipment and manufacturing processes, we will continue to apply our knowhow to make the highest quality products.
We are thinking to contribute to the ubiquitous age through such semiconductor products.