Rudolph Technologies provides high-performance process control metrology, defect inspection and data analysis systems used in microelectronics manufacturing. With a strong history beginning in 1940, our strategy for continued technological and market leadership includes aggressive research and development, and dedicated applications support on a global scale.
Rudolph is a public company, listed on the NASDAQ National Market as RTEC. It is headquartered in Flanders, NJ. The company is comprised of three main lines of business: The Metrology Business Unit, located in Budd Lake, NJ; The Inspection Business Unit, located in Bloomington, MN; and The Data Analysis and Review Business Unit located in Lowell, MA. In addition, an extensive global network of sales, service, and applications offices are located in Texas, Europe, Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, and China.
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