Semiconductor makers go with Windchill

July 11, 2001
Hynix Semiconductor Ltd.

Hynix Semiconductor Ltd. (formerly Hyundai Electronics Ltd.) and Intersil Corp. are both installing Windchill product collaboration software from PTC, Needham, Mass. Hynix, a supplier of DRAM, SRAM, and Flash memories, semiconductor foundry services based in Korea, says Windchill is going on servers at its internal R&D center. Intersil, a Palm Bay, Fla., maker of chips in the analog, mixedsignal, and radio-frequency wireless markets, will standardize on Windchill for development of its communication products.

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