SensArray Appoints Yetter to Director of Sensor Networks

Feb. 21, 2003
FREMONT, Calif.,February 20, 2003. SensArray Corporation has named Gil Yetter as director of Sensor Networks. Yetter will report to Wayne Renken, president and CEO of SensArray, and will be located at the SensArray Technology Center in Austin, Texas.

FREMONT, Calif.,February 20, 2003. SensArray Corporation has named Gil Yetter as director of Sensor Networks. Yetter will report to Wayne Renken, president and CEO of SensArray, and will be located at the SensArray Technology Center in Austin, Texas.

As director of Sensor Networks, Yetter is responsible for defining and developing networked sensor instruments that intelligently collect process tool data, perform analysis and provide actionable summary information for engineering and manufacturing use. Yetter brings over two decades of metrology experience within the Semiconductor industry to his new role at SensArray.

"Yetter has been a close partner of SensArray for many years through his prior association with SEMATECH, and we are honored to have him serve in this critical role as SensArray begins its quest to broaden our offerings of process optimization tools," said Wayne Renken, president and CEO, SensArray. "Yetter is a seasoned semiconductor technologist whose success in both research and management areas will help SensArray push the boundaries of sensor network development."

Yetter spent the last 14 years at the Research Consortia SEMATECH where he was the leader of numerous metrology projects. Most recently, Yetter served as metrology manager in the Advanced Tools Development Facility clean room where he was responsible for the Analytical and Failure Analysis Laboratories, clean room wafer metrology systems staff, and the Instrumentation Laboratory.

For additional information, visit www.sensarray.com .

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