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KLA-Tencor is hard-core when it comes to hunting down flaws in chips. The company -- one of the world's largest makers of semiconductor equipment -- offers yield management systems that monitor and analyze wafers at various stages of chip production, inspecting reticles (which make circuit patterns) and measuring crucial microscopic layers. The systems' feedback allows flaws to be corrected before they can ruin the...
KLA-Tencor Corporation is the world's leading supplier of process control and yield management solutions for the semiconductor and related microelectronics industries.
We have been in business for over 30 years and employ over 5,000 of the smartest people around the world. With 50 offices worldwide, we serve a number of conventional and new markets from semiconductor, LED, data storage and include careers in light sources and optics, precision mechanics, high-speed electronics, high-performance computing, and advanced algorithms.
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KLA-Tencor At A Glance
•Approximately 5000+ employees worldwide
•Leading market share in all key markets
•S&P 500 and NASDAQ 100 company
•NASDAQ symbol KLAC
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President, CEO & Director
No Offer – Interviewed in Chennai (India) – Reviewed last week New
Applied through campus placement process. Shortlisted for telephonic interview based on resume. Following interviews were held:
1 hour telephonic interview, mix of resume and hr type questions and a couple of puzzles.
After this, called for on-site interview process in Chennai.
In Chennai… – Full Interview
Open ended question: how would you go about allocating the cost for warranty of a company's product? – Answer Question