Hitachi Chemical has granted Henkel a worldwide license for the manufacture and sales of certain dicing die attach film.
The migration to the 22nm node is about more than just scaling down, it's also about scaling up with thinner devices stacked into a single package -- and these require new manufacturing considerations with wafer bonding playing a central role, writes Bioh Kim from EV Group.
Joachim Burghartz, IMS CHIPS, presented an improved version of the group's Chipfilm technology introduced at IEDM 4 years ago. The researchers now have a manufacturable process technology.
VectorGuard 3D stencils are designed for specialist applications requiring multiple level printing. Facilitating printing on different levels with upward or downward steps, VectorGuard 3D enables a uniform stencil thickness.
Jae-Woong Nah, researcher at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center, briefed ElectroIQ on his IMAPS conference paper: "Mask and mask-less injection molded solder (IMS) technology for fine-pitch substrate bumping." IMS is a variation of C4NP for solder deposition on fine-pitch laminates. Nah explains how the researchers injected 100% pure molten solder instead of solder paste with a reusable film mask for forming high-volume solder on fine-pitch substrates.
inTEST Corporation (NASDAQ: INTT) subsidiaries, Temptronic and Sigma Systems, both in Sharon, MA, will begin operating under the umbrella trade name, inTEST Thermal Solutions Corp.
Camtek Ltd. (Nasdaq:CAMT; TASE:CAMT) received an order for multiple wafer inspection systems from one of the world's largest manufacturers of CMOS image sensors (CIS).
InVisage Technologies, image sensor technology start-up, received its series C round of venture funding, led by Intel Capital. The undisclosed amount will be used to bring the company's quantum-dot-based QuantumFilm technology and products into mass production.
Palomar Technologies, precision microelectronics and optoelectronic packaging systems provider, will hold meetings at Stategies in Light to discuss its recent upgrades to high-brightness LED (HB-LED) assembly.
Amkor Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: AMKR), semiconductor assembly and test services provider, announced financial results for 2010, with net sales of $2.94 billion, net income of $232 million, and earnings per diluted share of $0.91. Amkor is currently planning capital additions of approximately $500 million for 2011.
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