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BGA

Abbreviation for:
Bermuda grass allergen
blood-gas analysis
blood-group antigen
brilliant green agar
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Note that solder bumping takes place at the wafer level and not the single die level.
The solder bumping process requires that solder be deposited on an under-bump metalization on a chip bond pad.
A fully automated solder bumping line for 300mm wafers will be installed by the end of the year.
UST, Hsin-Chu Hsien, Taiwan) will operate the new wafer-level packaging and solder bumping facility.
BOC has partnered with Shinko Seiki, a leading supplier of plasma and vacuum soldering systems in Japan, to assist chip manufacturers with void-free and flux-free advanced solder bumping.
Thick resist processing is an enabling technology for volume production in wafer level packaging and solder bumping, which represent the two main markets for both companies.
C4NP combines the simplicity and cost effectiveness of solder paste printing with the fine pitch capabilities of electroplating and is a key enabler of 300mm lead-free solder bumping.
MUNICH, Germany -- SUSS MicroTec (FWB:SMH)(GER:SMH), the leading manufacturer of lithography equipment for the wafer level packaging and solder bumping market announced it has recently received orders for lithography systems and coat/bake/develop tracks from Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL), one of the world's largest packaging foundries located in Taiwan.
As an enabling solution for the ultimate miniaturization of components, solder bumping has emerged as a mainstream solution to advanced packaging requirements.
The line is equipped for electroplated solder bumping and was set up at Unitive Semiconductor Taiwan (UST), located in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
We feel honored that this customer continues to rely on SUSS for their photoresist processing by selecting SUSS ACS300Plus clusters for their new advanced solder bumping line.
Wafer level solder bumping (Wafer Bumping) is growing at a faster pace than the semiconductor industry itself.