Next week at an industry trade show in San Francisco, Novati Technologies will meet with prospective customers to explain why the work it does in its aging chip research plant in Southeast Austin is vital to their cutting-edge needs.
Novati is a new company in an old location. It occupies the former clean room research center created by the Sematech consortium when it arrived in Austin in 1988. Sematech has since moved almost all of its operations to Albany, N.Y., but Novati remains as an advanced semiconductor development outpost on at otherwise deserted Sematech campus at 2706 Montopolis Drive.
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