SVCS Process Innovation, company established in 2000 and based in the Czech Republic, designs and manufactures batch horizontal furnaces for the semiconductor and photovoltaic industry. The furnaces for atmospheric, LPCVD and PECVD processes, are outstanding because of the quality of selected components, long term experience of our engineers, and competitive prices. The key features include high process uniformity, large production capacity, reduced maintenance and a state-of-the-art control system with a customized and an easy-to-use user interface. This proprietary control system can be used both for a new or refurbished equipment Other products include various UHP gas systems like source gas cabinets, valve manifold boxes, gas sticks and various equipment gas systems.
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Our experience is based on a long history of the semiconductor industry in former Czechoslovakia, continued by Motorola SCG and finally by ON Semiconductor, where we have our largest installation base.
Since 2004 SVCS gradually expanded to international markets and established branch offices in Moscow, Russia and Sarasota (FL), USA. In addition, technical service centres with skilled equipment and process engineers support promptly and continuously our customers in China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore.
Step by step SVCS has grown to a strong company well known to customers in semiconductor and PV industries as well as to educational, R&D and scientific institutes. In 2009 SVCS was awarded with HSBC/DHL Export Prize as a best exporter of the year in the SME segment.
A long tradition of research and production, a present day success story and a promising future in the semiconductor business – for many people surprising, but true characteristics of a small mountainous area in the northeast of the Czech Republic. The history of this “Silicon Valley” began more than 50 years ago with the production of vacuum tubes and TV screens. Know-how in the metallurgy of molybdenum and tungsten was the basis for the independent development of germanium and silicon technologies.
In those years of the Cold War when access to advanced technologies was restricted for strategic reasons, essential independent development took place, starting with production equipment, components, measuring instruments, and resulting in the establishment of a specialized school for semiconductor specialists. Immediately before the fall of the Iron Curtain the Tesla Rožnov industrial park employed over 10,000 people.
In the new economic situation after November 1989 many experts either left their professions or their country to seek more lucrative employment. However, the radical turning point was the take-over of the local plants, which were left over after the break-up of Tesla Rožnov, by the US based company Motorola. This made it possible for production of wafers and chips to continue, now under the new conditions of the global economy. Demand for specialized services and production infrastructure resulted in the formation of several new companies in the Czech “Silicon Valley ”, one of them being SVCS.