Aehr Test Systems receives $4.3M order for initial FOX-XP test cell » 07:3112/0312/03/20
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Aehr Test Systems announced it has received an initial $4.3M order from a new customer that is a supplier of sensors to a major mobile device manufacturer consisting of a FOX-XP production test and burn-in system, a set of DiePak Carriers, and a FOX Automated DiePak loader / unloader for a new high-volume application for production test and burn-in of mobile sensors. Shipment of the initial test cell is expected during Aehr's fiscal third quarter ending February 2021. Aehr expects follow-on capacity orders from this customer later in the current fiscal year for additional test systems, DiePaks, and DiePak loaders.
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Aehr Test Systems receives initial order for FOX-XP DiePak Carriers » 08:5011/0511/05/20
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Aehr Test System announced a design win and an initial order for multiple DiePak Carriers for test and burn-in of its lead customer's next generation 3D sensor modules for mobile devices. The customer will use these Aehr proprietary DiePaks for production qualification, test, and burn-in of these devices prior to volume production orders for additional DiePaks forecasted for later in Aehr's current fiscal year.
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Aehr Test Systems backs FY21 revenue view $25M-$28M » 16:1809/2409/24/20
For the fiscal year…
For the fiscal year ending May 31, 2021, Aehr maintains its expected full year total revenue to be between $25 million and $28 million, which would represent growth between 12% and 26% year over year, and to be profitable for the fiscal year.
Aehr Test Systems reports Q1 EPS (9c ), versus (1c) in Q119 » 16:1009/2409/24/20
Reports Q1 revenue $2.01M…
Reports Q1 revenue $2.01M versus $5.5M in same quarter last year. We saw our silicon photonics customers move to production with our FOX systems for the first time this past fiscal 2020, which includes our lead customer and three additional silicon photonics customers who have each told us that they expect to ramp production during Aehr's fiscal 2021, adding capacity in both systems and consumables. During the quarter we shipped and installed a FOX-NP TM system for initial production burn-in and stabilization for a new customer in the silicon photonics space who is also forecasting to transition to our FOX-XP wafer-level test and burn-in systems during this fiscal year to meet their volume production forecast. "We continue to see the total available opportunity for silicon carbide and silicon photonics wafer level and singulated die test markets to be approximately $250 million of needed capacity including consumables. We are currently engaged with over a dozen potential Tier 1 and Tier 2 customers for both silicon photonics and silicon carbide applications, and we expect several of these potential customers to place initial orders this fiscal year, with ramps into production later this fiscal year or in fiscal 2022. We are also seeing renewed activity and interest for our FOX systems and consumables for several new applications in the 2D and 3D sensor markets, particularly for mobile devices, and believe this could add to our currently forecasted revenue for this fiscal year and next.
Aehr Test Systems appoints Geoff Scott to board of directors » 07:4309/0909/09/20
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Aehr Test Systems announced it has appointed Geoff Scott to its board of directors, effective September 2, 2020. The Company also announced John Schneider, who has served on the Aehr Test Systems board since 2014, has resigned for personal reasons effective September 2, 2020. The number of Aehr Test board members remains at six. Scott has been President of Scott Asset Management, whose clients invest primarily in small cap but industry leading companies.
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Aehr Test Systems receives initial order for FOX-NP solution » 07:4105/1905/19/20
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Aehr Test Systems announced it has received orders from a new customer and their subcontract manufacturing supplier for a FOX solution including a FOX-NP full wafer test system, an initial WaferPak Contactor, and a FOX WaferPak Aligner to perform production qualification of their silicon photonics devices. The total solution, including the FOX-NP system, WaferPak Aligner, and WaferPak Contactor, is expected to ship prior to the end of Aehr's next fiscal quarter ending August 31, 2020. This new customer will begin utilizing Aehr's FOX-NP system for initial production burn-in and stabilization of their high performance silicon photonic devices and is then expected to transition to Aehr's FOX-XP wafer-level test and burn-in systems to meet their volume production forecast.
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Aehr Test Systems withdraws FY20 guidance » 16:0904/0204/02/20
Aehr Test Systems CEO…
Aehr Test Systems CEO Gayn Erickson said, "Due to the uncertainty of the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our customers, we simply cannot predict how this will impact our business in the near term and are taking the conservative stance to withdraw our previously provided guidance for the fiscal 2020 year ending May 31, 2020."