Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis AEHR
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Company Profile AEHR
Aehr Test Systems is engaged in test systems for burning-in and testing logic, optical, and memory integrated circuits. Increased quality and reliability needs of the Automotive and Mobility integrated circuit markets are driving additional test requirements, incremental capacity needs, and new opportunities for the company's products in package, wafer level, and singulated die/module level test. The company provides production solutions across the product manufacturing flow to improve yield and reliability and has developed and introduced several innovative products, including the ABTSTM and FOX-PTM families of test and burn-in systems and FOX WaferPakTM Aligner, FOX-XP WaferPak Contactor, FOX DiePak Carrier and FOX DiePak Loader.
Fremont, CA, 94539
FAQs for Aehr Test Systems Stock
Yes. AEHR has a forward dividend yield of 0.13%.
AEHR’s full dividends and stock split history
on the Dividend tab.
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AEHR’s market cap is 670.61 Mil.
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AEHR’s stock style is Small Growth.
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AEHR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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