Global Flip Chip Technology Market research report: by wafer bumping process (CU pillar, lead-free), packaging technology (2D, 2.5D, 3D), packaging type (FC BGA, FC PGA, FC LGA), product, application (consumer electronics, automotive) – Forecast till 2023
Flip-chip refers to semiconductors that are mounted with the active side down. Flip chip assembly offers many advantages. A key advantage is improved electrical performance. The small bumps of flip chip interconnection provide short electrical paths, which yield excellent electrical properties with low capacitance, inductance, and resistance. This results in greatly improved high-frequency performance compared to other interconnection methods such as chip-and-wire. Another important advantage of flip-chip assembly is its compactness. The electrical connection pads on the chip and substrate surfaces can be laid out as an area array, rather than around the periphery of the chip. This 2D-array structure can save chip space and reduce the footprint of the chip on the substrate.
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Flip chip assembly has gained acceptance in a wide range of low-end and high-end electronic products. Miniaturization, enhanced the electrical performance, and high interconnection density are driving the applications of this technology. Many wireless device suppliers are expanding their use of flip chip technology to high-end ICs. For instance, 75% of new ASIC designs are now in the flip chip format, and this percentage is increasing.
Existing 2-D integrated circuit (2.0DIC) flip-chip and wafer-level packaging technologies have shown solid growth over the past five years and are used in a number of mainstream applications predominantly in high-end smartphones. Flip chip packaging involves applying soldered bumps on the top side of a fabricated wafer, the integrated circuit can then be flipped and aligned with grooves on an external circuit to enable the necessary connections. This form of packaging occupies less space in products and offers higher input/ output rates because the whole surface area of the chip can be used for interconnection.
Emerging 2.5D IC and 3.0D IC technologies promise to extend flip-chip and wafer-level capabilities, enabling multiple dies to be stacked vertically together through the use of interposers and through silicon via (TSV) technology. The TSV stacking technology allows a greater amount of functionality to be packed into the chip without having to increase its size, and the interposer layer serves to shorten the critical electrical paths through the integrated circuit, creating faster input, and output.
The flip chip technology market in Asia Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR over the forecast period. With the rising technological innovation, competition and M&A activities in the industry, many local and regional vendors are offering specific application products to varied end-users, which make the Asia Pacific market a global leader in flip chip technology. The advantages of using flip chip technology in navy and consumer electronics industry have encouraged to adopt this flip chip technology in North America.
Some of the major players in flip chip technology market are Samsung Group (South Korea), Intel Corporation (U.S.), GlobalFoundries (U.S.), UMC (Taiwan), ASE, Inc. (Taiwan), Amkor Technology (U.S.), STATS ChipPAC (Singapore), Powertech Technology (Taiwan), and STMicroelectronics (Switzerland), Texas Instruments (U.S.) among others.
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