In addition to our On-Premise option, we also host data on AWS for many of our customers.

There are many advantages to this:

  1. Up-to-date: Because your data is piped to our servers in the cloud you and your team are always looking at the latest data.

  2. Years worth of data: You can store data in the cloud for as long as you need. This helps you to meet traceability standards. Some of our customers serve the automotive industry and need to store data for ten years, others the aerospace industry which means 15 to 20 years. With our system, this is easily done. Future-proof your data with yieldHUB.

  3. Accessibility: Your engineers will be able to monitor production from any device with a browser, anywhere in the world. They won’t have to download any data (e.g. STDF) to analyse. Instead, they interact with the database directly using an attractive GUI on their browser.

  4. Accuracy: The cloud approach is also ideal for automatically matching up the re-screen data with the first pass data in software and thus providing your engineers with accurate analysis in wafer sort and final test for all your production lots. Free from manual drudgery with data, your engineers will add a lot more value through direct root cause analysis and improvement.

  5. IT: A cloud-hosted system can save the company time and money and can free up your IT colleagues’ time to work on more strategic areas. If you need to host the solution In House, then your IT team will be glad to know how stable the system is and we will recommend the most appropriate hardware to support your data volumes.

  6. Safety of your data: As your data is in the cloud, it is much safer from natural disasters than traditional hard-copy e.g tape.

  7. Security: “All customers benefit from AWS being the only commercial cloud that has had its service offerings and associated supply chain vetted and accepted as secure enough for top-secret workloads.” From

Patrick McNamee, Director of Operations, EnSilica

“The automotive industry has exacting data management requirements. We need to store our data for many years after the end of life of a product. Having a cloud-based, secure system is ideal for us.”