Cymer and other photolithography companies use 70% of the world’s neon gas.
With a worldwide slowdown in neon production and neon prices going up by as much as 20 times, Cymer wanted to reduce its gas usage.
Cymer wanted to develop better data management and predictive analytics systems, to improve decision making in service of reducing gas consumption.
Cymer created a logical data warehouse using the Denodo Platform for consistent, efficient access to multitudes of data sources.
The logical data warehouse is the central location for enterprise business models, user access and security, and access to data as a service.
The logical data warehouse uses data virtualization to connect data marts, an operational data store, and a big data source, and deliver consolidated views across an entire range of consuming applications.
The Denodo Platform met expanding stakeholder expectations in terms of access, speed, and trust across the entire Cymer enterprise.
The Denodo Platform demonstrated a wide variety of capabilities supporting advanced data modeling, predictive analytics, and visualization, enabling better strategic decisions on neon gas usage optimization.
Cymer is exceeding their initial expectation of neon gas usage reduction, while keeping its machines running and reducing its operating expenses.