Semiconductor Manufacturing Data Exchange

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Nov 1, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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TM

SMDX


Coupling the Semiconductor

Supply Chain

TM

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SMDX Overview

SMDX

provides the turnkey solution for

effective and timely system
-
to
-
system communication

between companies and factories

throughout the semiconductor supply chain



SMDX

focuses on manufacturing operation data and
information and is compatible with current systems and
standards


SMDX
enables higher levels of customer satisfaction and

improved levels of profitability


Semiconductor Environment

Product and Data Flow

IC Companies

400 Worldwide

Fab

Probe

Assy

Test

Ship

Ship

Ship

750 Captive

Foundry

10 Pure Play

90 Non P/P

500 Captive

Subcontract

50 Pure Play

50 Non P/P

100 Captive

Subcontract

125 Pure Play

25 Non P/P

500 Captive

Subcontact

50 Pure Play

100 Non
-
P/P

IC Company Environment

Product and Data Flow

Fab

Probe

Assy

Test

FABuLESS

Semi Inc.

Ship

Ship

Ship

Internal

Chartered

TSMC

UMC

Internal

Multitech

UMC

Internal

Anam

ASAT

ASE

Internal

Anam

DTS

United Test

Data goes by fax,

E
-
mail, hardcopy,

diskette, etc. then is

hand input or filed


Data goes directly

from system to

system

Today

With SMDX

FedEx

DHL

U
-
Freight

FedEx

Airborne

DHL

Subcontract Environment

Product and Data Flow

IC Companies

Fab

Probe

Assy

Test

Ship

Ship

Ship

Data goes by fax,

E
-
mail, hardcopy,

diskette, etc. then is

hand input or filed


Data goes directly

from system to

system

Today

With SMDX

5
-
125 IC

3
-
10 Ship

5
-
25 Probe

5
-
25 Assy

5
-
25 Test

5
-
200 IC

5
-
15 Ship

5
-
25 Fab

5
-
25 Probe

5
-
25 Test

5
-
75 IC

5
-
10 Ship

5
-
25 Fab

5
-
25 Assy

5
-
25 Test

5
-
75 IC

5
-
10 Ship

5
-
25 Fab

5
-
25 Probe

5
-
25 Assy

Data Exchange Formats

Semi C

Semi D

Semi B

Semi A

Semi E

Sub C

Sub D

Sub B

Sub A

Sub E

Sub C

Sub D

Sub B

Sub A

Sub E

Semi C

Semi D

Semi B

Semi A

Semi E

Point to Point

SMDX

SMDX Data Element Groups


Inventory Data
-

WIP, Finished Goods, etc.


In Process Parametric Data


Statistical Process Control Data


Defect Data


Device Electrical Data


Non
-
Lot and Equipment Data


Build Information
-

Flow, BOM, Instructions


Materials and Supplies Information


Capacity Data, Calendars, etc.


Intransit Shipping Information


Financial Data


Electronic Commerce
-

P.O., Invoice, etc.

SMDX Participants


Semiconductor Companies w/ Manufacturing


Semiconductor Companies w/o Manufacturing


Wafer Fabs and Foundries


Probe Operations and Subcontractors


Assembly Operations and Subcontractors


Test Operations and Subcontractors


Material Suppliers
-

Fab and Assembly


Equipment Vendors
-

Fab, Assembly, Test


System Vendors
-

Software, Hardware, Network


Freight Companies


Standards and Industry Organizations


OEM Customers, Distributors, etc.

Subcontractor to FABuLESS Semi

Subcontractor

MES System

Lot Move

WIP Data

MES

WIP Data

SMDX

Routing

Security

Subcon Firewall

Internet to

Subcon

Sales Office

Subcontractor
is

Data Source

WIP Data

SMDX

Routing

Security

Internet to

FABuLESS

Subcon Firewall

SMDX Source Gateway

Lot History

SMDX

Subcontractor to FABuLESS Semi

FABuLESS

Semi is
Data Target

FABuLESS

MES System

Lot Update

WIP Data

MES Format

WIP Data

SMDX

Routing

Security

FABuLESS Firewall

Internet

from


Subcontractor

WIP Data

ERP Format

FABuLESS

ERP System

Lot Update

Lot History

SMDX

SMDX Target Gateway

Confirmed Receipt to Source Gateway

FTP

TCP/IP

Msg Bus

Phone

Media

Internet

XAN

Msg Bus

Phone

Media

Input Buffer

Triage Gate

Object Former

Encryption

Output Router

Input Buffers

Output Buffers

TCP/IP 1

TCP/IP 2

TCP/IP 3

LAN

WAN

VAN

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

TIBCO

CD
-
ROM

Floppy

ZIP

MQ Series

LAN MSG

TCP/IP 1

TCP/IP 2

TCP/IP 3

ERP

MES 1

MES 2

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

CD
-
ROM

Floppy

ZIP

LAN Msg

TIBCO

MQ Series

Dump

Bypass

Bypass

Master Object Table

Master Control Program


Data Storage

SMDX Source Gateway

SMDX

LDW

SMDX Methodology


Data is Converted from Source to SMDX Format at Origin


Data is transmitted in SMDX Format Data Objects


Multiple Destination Data Objects can be Transmitted


Each Destination Data Object can be Customized for Content


Destination Data Objects are encrypted for security


Data is Passed over Internet, Intranet or Private Data Network


Data Object has Active Delivery with Acknowledged Receipt


System is Capable of Authentication and Certification


Data is Converted from SMDX to Target Format at Destination

SMDX Server

Site A

Internet

Internet

SMDX Server

Site B

SMDX Gateway Communication

Target Gateway

Target Gateway

Source Gateway

Source Gateway

SMDX System

Criteria


Elimination of Custom Point
-
to
-
Point Solutions


Unambiguously Defined SMDX Data Elements


Coverage from Fab to Finished Goods & Beyond


High Data Integrity and Security


Capable of Real Time Data Communication


Pro
-
Active Data Delivery with Confirmed Receipt


Cost Effective


Based on Open and Extensible Technology


Compatible with Legacy System Architectures


SEMI / Sematech / ISO / ANSI Compliant


Rapid Development and Deployment

SMDX Enabled Benefits

Semiconductor Company


Improved Visibility of Supply Chain Inventory


Higher Level of On
-
Time
-
Delivery


Real Time Availability
-
to
-
Promise


More Effective Scheduling and Inventory Control


Effective access to Engineering Data


Automated System Data Feeds (No Data Re
-
Keying)


Electronic (Paperless) Lot History Warehousing


More Accurate and Timely Build Information


High Level of Information Security


Electronic Commerce

SMDX Enabled Benefits

Subcontractor
-

Fab/Probe/Assembly/Test


Single Information and Data Interface to All Customers


Data in Immediately Usable Form at Customer Site


Electronic (Paperless) Lot History Warehousing


Systematized Control for ISO Compliance


Reduced Labor through Elimination of Custom Reports


Reduced Communication Cost
-

Internet versus Fax


More Effective Build Instructions


Better Security for Customer Data

SMDX Enabled Benefits

Software Vendors


Raised Eeffectiveness of Applications Software via Timely
Availability of Data from Throughout the Supply Chain in
Consistent and Directly Usable Form


Communication with other Applications without the Need for
Custom Mappers and Loaders


New or More Effective Products to Increase Sales


MES/ERP
Lite

Products for Fabless Companies


Electronic Data Warehouses for Lot Data Storage


Supply Chain Mgmt Software with Current Data


Yield Analysis tools for multiple locations or factories

SMDX Enabled Benefits

Vendors and Suppliers


Material Suppliers can provide Inventory, Incoming
Quality and Delivery Data Electronically to their
Customers and Receive Orders Electronically


Equipment Vendors can Source Machine Status and
Performance Data from throughout the Supply Chain


Freight and Logistic Companies can become more
Integrally Linked with the Manufacturing Portion of the
Supply Chain

SMDX Current Participants


Fabless Semiconductor Association & IC Member Companies


Lucent Technologies, Macronix, Siliconix, TI, Winbond


Amkor, Chartered, NWL, Tower, TSMC, UMC, MEMC


ABPAC, Alphatec, Amkor/Anam, ASAT/QPL, ASE, Caesar,
Carsem, Chantek, Focused Tech, OSE, Signetics KP, STATS


Camstar, Consilium, FASTech, Poseidon, Promis, TI Works


JD Edwards, Oracle, Pivotpoint, SAP


AutoSimulations, Chesapeake, i2, Interval Logic, LANframe,
Manugistics, OPD, Paragon, Tyecin


ACME, KLA
-
Tencor, Knights Tech, IDS, PDF Solutions


TIBCO, Oracle Databases, RSA, TSISoft


EDS, HP, IBM K&S, PRI Automation


Federal Express


SEMI, Sematech, MESA, PCIS

SMDX Contact Information


For further information, contact:


Ron Jones


N
-
Able Group International


US Voice Mail

510/770
-
9941


E
-
mail


ron.jones@n
-
ablegroup.com


Web site

www.n
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ablegroup.com





www.smdx.com