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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.


A semiconductor device has an interposer frame mounted over a carrier. A semiconductor die has an active surface and bumps formed over the active surface. The semiconductor die can be mounted within a die opening of the interposer frame or over the interposer frame. Stacked semiconductor die can also be mounted within the die opening of the interposer frame or over the interposer frame. Bond wires or bumps are formed between the semiconductor die and interposer frame. An encapsulant is deposited over the interposer frame and semiconductor die. An interconnect structure is formed over the encapsulant and bumps of the first semiconductor die. An electronic component, such as a discrete passive device, semiconductor die, or stacked semiconductor die, is mounted over the semiconductor die and interposer frame. The electronic component has an I/O count less than an I/O count of the semiconductor die.


A semiconductor device is made by forming a heat spreader over a carrier. A semiconductor die is mounted over the heat spreader with a first surface oriented toward the heat spreader. A first insulating layer is formed over the semiconductor die and heat spreader. A via is formed in the first insulating layer. A first conductive layer is formed over the first insulating layer and connected to the heat spreader through the via and to contact pads on the semiconductor die. The heat spreader extends from the first surface of the semiconductor die to the via. A second insulating layer is formed over the first conductive layer. A second conductive layer is electrically connected to the first conductive layer. The carrier is removed. The heat spreader dissipates heat from the semiconductor die and provides shielding from inter-device interference. The heat spreader is grounded through the first conductive layer.


A semiconductor device has a first thermally conductive layer formed over a first surface of a semiconductor die. A second surface of the semiconductor die is mounted to a sacrificial carrier. An encapsulant is deposited over the first thermally conductive layer and sacrificial carrier. The encapsulant is planarized to expose the first thermally conductive layer. A first insulating layer is formed over the second surface of the semiconductor die and a first surface of the encapsulant. A portion of the first insulating layer over the second surface of the semiconductor die is removed. A second thermally conductive layer is formed over the second surface of the semiconductor die within the removed portion of the first insulating layer. An electrically conductive layer is formed within the insulating layer around the second thermally conductive layer. A heat sink can be mounted over the first thermally conductive layer.


A semiconductor device is made by mounting a prefabricated heat spreader frame over a temporary substrate. The heat spreader frame includes vertical bodies over a flat plate. A semiconductor die is mounted to the heat spreader frame for thermal dissipation. An encapsulant is deposited around the vertical bodies and semiconductor die while leaving contact pads on the semiconductor die exposed. The encapsulant can be deposited using a wafer level direct/top gate molding process or wafer level film assist molding process. An interconnect structure is formed over the semiconductor die. The interconnect structure includes a first conductive layer formed over the semiconductor die, an insulating layer formed over the first conductive layer, and a second conductive layer formed over the first conductive layer and insulating layer. The temporary substrate is removed, dicing tape is applied to the heat spreader frame, and the semiconductor die is singulated.


A semiconductor device has a semiconductor die and conductive layer formed over a surface of the semiconductor die. A first channel can be formed in the semiconductor die. An encapsulant is deposited over the semiconductor die. A second channel can be formed in the encapsulant. A first insulating layer is formed over the semiconductor die and first conductive layer and into the first channel. The first insulating layer extends into the second channel. The first insulating layer has characteristics of tensile strength greater than 150 MPa, elongation between 35-150%, and thickness of 2-30 micrometers. A second insulating layer can be formed over the semiconductor die prior to forming the first insulating layer. An interconnect structure is formed over the semiconductor die and encapsulant. The interconnect structure is electrically connected to the first conductive layer. The first insulating layer provides stress relief during formation of the interconnect structure.

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