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Company Profile for Aehr Test Systems (AEHR)

Business Description:
Aehr Test Systems engages in the development and manufacture of burn-in and test equipment for the semiconductor industry. Its principal products include the MTX massively parallel test system, the MAX burn-in systems, the FOX full wafer contact system, and the DiePak carrier. The MTX system performs both test and burn-in on thousands of memory devices simultaneously, including DRAMs, flash memories, SDRAMs, DDR SDRAMs, DDR II SDRAMs, and SRAMs. The MAX system is designed for dynamic burn-in of memory and logic devices, such as digital signal processors, microprocessors, microcontrollers, and systems-on-a-chip. The FOX system is designed to make contact with various pads of a wafer, thus enabling full wafer burn-in and parallel test of up to 14 IC wafers at a time. The DiePak carrier is a reusable, temporary package that enables integrated circuit manufacturers to perform final test and burn-in of bare die. The company also manufactures and sells, and licenses others to manufacture and sell custom-designed test fixtures for its systems, which hold the devices undergoing test or burn-in and electrically connect the devices under test to the system electronics. In addition, it provides customer service and support programs, including system installation, system repair, applications engineering support, spare parts inventories, customer training, and documentation. The company markets and sells its products to semiconductor manufacturers, semiconductor contract assemblers, electronics manufacturers, and burn-in and test service companies worldwide. Aehr Test Systems was founded by Rhea J. Posedel in 1977 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

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157OK one more post a year to keep this thread alive:  A 2robert b furman-09/27/2013 11:39 AM
156Well one post a year to keep this thread alive.LOL  Aehr&#robert b furman-03/30/2012 12:55 PM
155Aehr has just reported their Q3 earnings - which includes the Spansion bankruptcrobert b furman-03/31/2010 04:12 PM
154As Eric has previously pointed out Spansion is giving Aehr a death blow. This qrobert b furman-04/03/2009 08:55 AM
153Good sleuthing, Note that TXN was more than half in 07. From Cohus webcast inrobert b furman-02/03/2009 08:42 AM
152Eric, your diligent research is right on. SPSN is on life support and so is AEHELH1006-02/03/2009 05:32 AM
151Here it is Bob, from the 10k for the fiscal year ended May 31, 2008. Here'EACarl-02/02/2009 07:24 PM
150Hi Eric, I've not received their annual report yet. In the past I asked whrobert b furman-02/02/2009 04:05 PM
149Bob, I'm relatively new to this stock. Certainly looks like a great value baEACarl-02/02/2009 03:41 PM
148Earnings out, 4% Revenue miss due to cancelations and pushouts. Net increased robert b furman-01/07/2009 07:21 AM
147Aehrs EPS webcast will be on the 6th @ 5:00 EST. Last webcast they gave guidancrobert b furman-01/01/2009 07:54 PM
146Hi KC,  Gull darnit robert b furman-09/25/2008 10:34 PM
145Hi Tom: I guess the quarterly report is very positive, do you think the price iKC Investor-09/25/2008 05:40 PM
144FYI First Quarter of Fiscal 2009 Conference Call on September 25, 2008 at 5:00 KC Investor-09/15/2008 04:05 PM
143Yes, this is very good news. Likely to be Spansion. The fact that we make themTom Caruthers-09/11/2008 08:38 PM
142Some good news about this stock.  news.KC Investor-09/11/2008 10:32 AM
141Hi Tom, Our favorite stinking up the joint here in the high threes: stockchartrobert b furman-09/09/2008 07:23 AM
140HEHE, OK I'm in at 3.01 <smile> p.s. LIVING IN MY NEST ALSO! Bob robert b furman-09/07/2008 08:38 PM
139You are right, we shouldn't be holding AEHR based on its acquisition potentiTom Caruthers-09/07/2008 08:35 PM
138Hi Bob, I didn't have a plan to average down, having made my bed and now haTom Caruthers-09/07/2008 08:34 PM
137Hi Tom, Consolidation and only a 10.% plus premium. That is the kind of reasonrobert b furman-09/05/2008 09:18 AM
136Hi Tom, Agreed to on all points. Any thouoghts on where you might average downrobert b furman-09/05/2008 09:15 AM
135More consolidation in the semiconductor test area.  It's cTom Caruthers-09/05/2008 02:59 AM
134This is a tough market, Bob. All stocks are taking it on the chin. AEHR has goTom Caruthers-09/05/2008 02:38 AM
133Hi Tom, I rounded out my postion with 500 at $4.38 just in time to see it declirobert b furman-09/04/2008 01:50 PM
132lol... On a separate note, I wish that AEHR was holding up better. Tom Tom Caruthers-09/04/2008 09:51 AM
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