Zooming into Semicon West with Smoltek
Watch Françoise von Trapp (3D InCites) interview with CRO & COO, Ola Tiverman from this year's virtual SEMICON West.
September 10, 2020
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The interview was made over Zoom and got our CRO & COO, Ola Tiverman to get into the 3DInCites virtual booth at this year’s SEMICON West. Thank’s for the invitation!
Video: Ola Tiverman, CRO & COO at Smoltek and Francoise Von Trapp, 3DInCites
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