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About Us

Nidec SV Probe has been providing the industry with advanced, quality semiconductor testing products for nearly 30 years. 

In business since 1994, Nidec SV Probe provides a range of innovative, customizable MEMS Probes and a diverse line of probe cards. Our extensive probe card line includes MEMS-based, Vertical and Cantilever technologies, along with full turnkey services and final test solutions.  Nidec SV Probe’s testing solutions are ideal for some of most advanced devices in the high growth 5G, Automotive, RF, Mobile & IoT markets. Whatever your test application, we can assist in finding the right solution for your company's unique requirements.

Our technologies, blended with the commitment to our customers, make SV Probe an industry leader, positioned and ready to meet the technical and manufacturing challenges of the future.

SV Probe, Inc. founded in Santa Clara, California as a small cantilever probe card manufacturer.

New Management Team; Implemented new ERP system & Customer Portal.

Design Centers established in Phoenix & Singapore; Entered Joint Venture with Ellipsiz, Ltd.

Expansion into Asia with Vietnam manufacturing & China/Taiwan Support.

Purchased assets of Kulicke & Soffa Wafer Test Business & became wholly-owned subsidiary of Ellipsiz, Ltd.

Construction begins on new Vietnam manufacturing facility, opens in November.

Introduced PowerPlus, high power vertical probe solution for high current & high-density applications.

Introduced first MEMS-based fine pitch vertical probe card.

Acquired assets of Tokyo Cathode Laboratories, a Japan-based probe card manufacturer with a strong line of CIS & LCD products.

Became wholly-owned subsidiary of Nidec-Read Corporation. Expanded product line to include a new, innovative MEMS probe.

Our MEMSFlex™ MEMS-based probe card makes the cover of industry publication Chip Scale Review along with in-depth article about our MEMS test technologies.

Recognized as a 2022 THE BEST TechInsights semiconductor supplier for the 10th straight year.

Changed official name to Nidec SV Probe.