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STATS ChipPAC STATS ChipPAC Ltd. is a service provider of full turnkey semiconductor packaging design, bump, probe, assembly, test and distribution solutions. STATS ChipPAC provides semiconductor packaging and test services to a diversified global customer base servicing the computing, communications and consumer markets. STATS ChipPAC’s customers include some of the largest semiconductor companies in the world.Headquartered in Singapore, STATS ChipPAC has manufacturing facilities in South Korea, Singapore, China, Malaysia and Taiwan .STATS ChipPAC customer support offices are located in the United States . Offices outside the United States are located in Singapore, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. In addition, STATS ChipPAC has research and development centers in South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Taiwan and the United States.STATS ChipPAC is listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited . Wikipedia.


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A semiconductor device has conductive pillars formed over a carrier. A first semiconductor die is mounted over the carrier between the conductive pillars. An encapsulant is deposited over the first semiconductor die and carrier and around the conductive pillars. A recess is formed in a first surface of the encapsulant over the first semiconductor die. The recess has sloped or stepped sides. A first interconnect structure is formed over the first surface of the encapsulant. The first interconnect structure follows a contour of the recess in the encapsulant. The carrier is removed. A second interconnect structure is formed over a second surface of the encapsulant and first semiconductor die. The first and second interconnect structures are electrically connected to the conductive pillars. A second semiconductor die is mounted in the recess. A third semiconductor die is mounted over the recess and second semiconductor die.


A semiconductor device comprises a carrier including an adhesive disposed over the carrier. The semiconductor device further comprises a semiconductor wafer including a plurality of semiconductor die separated by a non-active region. A plurality of bumps is formed over the semiconductor die. The semiconductor wafer is mounted to the carrier with the adhesive disposed around the plurality of bumps. Irradiated energy is applied to the non-active region to form a modified region within the non-active region. The semiconductor wafer is singulated along the modified region to separate the semiconductor die. The semiconductor wafer is singulated along the modified region by applying stress to the semiconductor wafer. The adhesive is removed from around the plurality of bumps after singulating the semiconductor wafer. The semiconductor wafer includes a plurality of semiconductor die comprising through silicon vias. The modified region optionally includes a plurality of vertically stacked modified regions.


A semiconductor device comprises a semiconductor die including a conductive layer. A first insulating layer is formed over the semiconductor die and conductive layer. An encapsulant is disposed over the semiconductor die. A compliant island is formed over the first insulating layer. An interconnect structure is formed over the compliant island. An under bump metallization (UBM) is formed over the compliant island. The compliant island includes a diameter greater than 5 m larger than a diameter of the UBM. An opening is formed in the compliant island over the conductive layer. A second insulating layer is formed over the first insulating layer and compliant island. A third insulating layer is formed over an interface between the semiconductor die and the encapsulant. An opening is formed in the third insulating layer over the encapsulant for stress relief.


Approaches, techniques, and mechanisms are disclosed for a method of manufacturing an integrated circuit package with a single-layer substrate. In an embodiment, the inventive integrated circuit package not only reduces manufacture cost but also improves reliability and miniaturization. According to an embodiment, a single-layer substrate is manufactured using non-photoimageable dielectric (NPID) material that is different from other dielectric materials, such as PrePreg (PPG) materials, copper clad laminates (CCL), solder resists (SR), and so forth, that are used in conventional substrates. A single-layer substrate manufactured using the NPID material provides a low cost solution by, among other aspects, eliminating certain process steps, such as a laser drill process, that are often used to manufacture the other substrates. According to an embodiment, the NPID material utilized for the described techniques and systems may feature a low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), a high glass transition temperature (Tg), and/or a high modulus compared to the other dielectric materials. Such features improve reliability because of, among other aspects, improved trace protection and peel strength, thereby enhancing adhesion between traces (e.g., of copper (Cu), etc.) and dielectric materials. In an embodiment, such features also improve miniaturization because, for example, the NPID material may allow formation of traces with reduced geometry.


Patent
STATS CHIPPAC Ltd. | Date: 2016-07-25

A semiconductor device has a semiconductor die and an encapsulant deposited over the semiconductor die. A first conductive layer is formed with an antenna over a first surface of the encapsulant. A second conductive layer is formed with a ground plane over a second surface of the encapsulant with the antenna located within a footprint of the ground plane. A conductive bump is formed on the ground plane. A third conductive layer is formed over the first surface of the encapsulant. A fourth conductive layer is formed over the second surface of the encapsulant. A conductive via is disposed adjacent to the semiconductor die prior to depositing the encapsulant. The antenna is coupled to the semiconductor die through the conductive via. The antenna is formed with the conductive via between the antenna and semiconductor die. A PCB unit is disposed in the encapsulant.


Patent
STATS CHIPPAC Ltd. | Date: 2016-06-03

A semiconductor package having an embedded die and solid vertical interconnections, such as stud bump interconnections, for increased integration in the direction of the z-axis (i.e., in a direction normal to the circuit side of the die). The semiconductor package can include a die mounted in a face-up configuration (similar to a wire bond package) or in a face-down or flip chip configuration.


A semiconductor device includes a multi-layer substrate. A ground shield is disposed between layers of the substrate and electrically connected to a ground point. A plurality of semiconductor die is mounted to the substrate over the ground shield. The ground shield extends beyond a footprint of the plurality of semiconductor die. An encapsulant is formed over the plurality of semiconductor die and substrate. Dicing channels are formed in the encapsulant, between the plurality of semiconductor die, and over the ground shield. A plurality of metal-filled holes is formed along the dicing channels, and extends into the substrate and through the ground shield. A top shield is formed over the plurality of semiconductor die and electrically and mechanically connects to the ground shield through the metal-filled holes. The top and ground shields are configured to block electromagnetic interference generated with respect to an integrated passive device disposed in the semiconductor die.


A semiconductor device has a substrate. A conductive via is formed through the substrate. A plurality of first contact pads is formed over a first surface of the substrate. A plurality of second contact pads is formed over a second surface of the substrate. A dummy pattern is formed over the second surface of the substrate. An indentation is formed in a sidewall of the substrate. An opening is formed through the substrate. An encapsulant is deposited in the opening. An insulating layer is formed over second surface of the substrate. A dummy opening is formed in the insulating layer. A semiconductor die is disposed adjacent to the substrate. An encapsulant is deposited over the semiconductor die and substrate. The first surface of the substrate includes a width that is greater than a width of the second surface of the substrate.


A semiconductor device has a semiconductor wafer including a plurality of semiconductor die. An insulating layer is formed over the semiconductor wafer. A portion of the insulating layer is removed by LDA to expose a portion of an active surface of the semiconductor die. A first conductive layer is formed over a contact pad on the active surface of the semiconductor die. The semiconductor wafer is singulated to separate the semiconductor die. The semiconductor die is disposed over a carrier with the active surface of the semiconductor die offset from the carrier. An encapsulant is deposited over the semiconductor die and carrier to cover a side of the semiconductor die and the exposed portion of the active surface. An interconnect structure is formed over the first conductive layer. Alternatively, a MUF material is deposited over a side of the semiconductor die and the exposed portion of the active surface.


A semiconductor die has active circuits formed on its active surface. Contact pads are formed on the active surface of the semiconductor die and coupled to the active circuits. A die extension region is formed around a periphery of the semiconductor die. Conductive THVs are formed in the die extension region. A wafer level conductive plane or ring is formed on a center area of the active surface. The conductive plane or ring is connected to a first contact pad to provide a first power supply potential to the active circuits, and is electrically connected to a first conductive THV. A conductive ring is formed partially around a perimeter of the conductive plane or ring and connected to a second contact pad for providing a second power supply potential to the active circuits. The conductive ring is electrically connected to a second THV.

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