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Rudolph Technologies to Present at 18th Annual Needham Growth Conference

January 6, 2016 | By Business Wire News


Rudolph Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: RTEC), a leading provider of process characterization equipment, lithography equipment and software for wafer fabs and advanced packaging facilities, announced that Michael P. Plisinski, the Company’s chief executive officer, and Steven R. Roth, chief financial officer, will present at Needham & Company’s 18th Annual Growth Conference in New York, on Tuesday, January 12, at the New York Palace Hotel. The presentation will be at 8:40 a.m. EST and will be webcast live via the following URL: The presentation material utilized during the conference will be made accessible on the investor page of Rudolph Technologies’ website at

Rudolph management will be available to meet one-on-one with investors during the conference. Interested investors should contact their Needham & Company sales representative to secure a meeting time.

About Rudolph Technologies
Rudolph Technologies, Inc. is a leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of defect inspection, lithography, process control metrology, and data analysis systems and software used by semiconductor and advanced packaging device manufacturers worldwide. Rudolph delivers comprehensive solutions throughout the fab with its families of proprietary products that provide critical yield-enhancing information, enabling microelectronic device manufacturers to drive down costs and time to market of their devices. The Company’s expanding portfolio of equipment and software provides comprehensive solutions for front-end wafer processing, final manufacturing and advanced packaging of ICs. Headquartered in Flanders, New Jersey, Rudolph supports its customers with a worldwide sales and service organization. Additional information can be found on the Company’s website at

Rudolph Technologies, Inc.
Steven R. Roth, 973-448-4302
Senior Vice President & CFO
Guerrant Associates
Laura Guerrant-Oiye, 808-882-1467


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