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Enthone has published a semiconductor wafer level packaging (WLP) guide. The guide describes how key growth drivers have resulted in making WLP chemistry a critical component in helping wafer foundries, OEMs, and IDMs address the ever-changing industry landscape.
The WLP guide provides an overview of how Enthone supports the integration between Front-end wafer fabrication and Back-end assembly processes and discusses:
- WLP growth in demand, complexity, customization
- The importance of chemistries optimized for specific design and tool capabilities
- WLP Six Sigma Applications and R&D; advanced laboratories and manufacturing
- MICROFAB® WLP Processes for copper bump/pillar/post, copper RDL, and TSV
Eric Gongora, Global Director, Enthone Semiconductor Product Marketing said, “By collaborating with leading equipment and materials suppliers, Enthone co-develops advanced chemistries demanded by today’s highly competitive semiconductor market. Our collaborative model accelerates time to market, while aligning with our customers’ technology roadmaps.”
To obtain a copy of the guide, please email email@example.com.
Enthone Inc., an Alent plc company, is an advanced technology company that provides high performance specialty chemicals and coatings that are specified and trusted by the world’s leading OEMs. A Six Sigma company, Enthone creates customer value for the electronics and automotive industries by delivering enabling technology solutions that meet ever-changing market dynamics and comply with current and emerging environmental regulations. Technical applications expertise, fast cycle R&D, and advanced manufacturing fuel a robust product portfolio that includes market-leading printed circuit board final finishes, wafer level packaging systems, connector / leadframe chemistries, molded interconnect device plating systems, and the industry’s leading semiconductor damascene copper processes. Enthone products are also used for a wide range of market applications within the building hardware, energy, and surface finishing industries. For more information, please visit enthone.com