Semi-Pac Can Now Provide Prototype through Volume Production in Silicon Valley
Sunnyvale, CA – March 18, 2014 – Semi-Pac today announced a strategic partnership with Silicon Valley volume assembly house i2a. Semi-Pac has been providing advanced semiconductor packaging design and rapid prototype services can now offer its customers a smooth transition into Silicon Valley based volume production. i2a can now offer its customers Semi-Pac’s advanced packaging engineering capabilities and services. Having both prototype engineering and volume production in Silicon Valley can shave months off new product introduction schedules.
In today’s rapid product development cycles, time to market is often the difference between a product’s success or failure. With many of today’s products containing higher electronics content, cost effective and reliable advanced semiconductor packaging is often a development problem that must be solved. Many product companies do not possess this expertise. Semi-Pac has been providing this expertise since 1988 and has numerous packaging and assembly patents.
John MacKay, Semi-Pac’s President says: “This strategic partnership with i2a enables us to provide our customers with a smooth transition from prototype through volume production. We will manage the process through the product bring-up and manage the transition into i2a’s volume production facility. If the volume reaches a point that requires offshore manufacturing, we will manage that transition too. Our goal is to engineer the most cost effective and reliable solution and to reduce the overall product development schedule.”
Victor Batinovich, President and CEO of i2a says: “Semi-Pac complements our in-house engineering capabilities to give us world-class design through volume production capabilities. Semi-Pac’s very talented engineering team consistently delivers innovative solutions to challenging packaging and assembly problems. Combining the strengths of both companies gives our customers an unbeatable team to get to market with the best packaging solutions.”
Semi-Pac is a global semiconductor packaging engineering, quick turn prototype and volume production company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with production facilities in Silicon Valley and Singapore. Tom Molinaro and John Mackay founded Semi-Pac in 1988 to address the demand for packaging engineering and research and development. Both Tom and John have extensive packaging experience, having been in the industry since the 1970’s.
Semi-Pac specializes in quick turn high yield semiconductor assembly applications for prototype through production. Semi-Pac thrives on developing innovative solutions to the most difficult packaging challenges including MCM, wafer bumping, stacked die and wafer level packaging. Semi-Pac has an excellent quality record in supplying services to commercial, medical and military chip manufacturers. Semi-Pac’s customers include many top tier semiconductor manufacturers including: AMD, Intel, Intersil, Global Foundries, Maxim, Motorola, NASA, NXP, Texas Instruments and many others.
Semi-Pac is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA. More information can be found at www.semipac.com.
About i2a Technologies
Fremont, CA based i2a was founded in 1992 by Victor Batinovich, President and CEO as a cost effective alternative to offshore semiconductor packaging and assembly. i2a Technologies provides IC packaging, system and module assembly, wafer bumping and related services. i2a meets ITAR regulations for defense and government products that require domestic operations. i2a’s customers include semiconductors, communications, medical devices, defense electronics, consumer electronics, computers and networking products. World-class process, quality and business management systems make i2a a superior choice for both large OEMs and startups.
Some of i2a Technologies volume production IC packaging capabilities are BGA's, QFN's, QFP's, Flip Chip,, Wafer Level Packaging, SiP (System-in-Package) and Chip Scale Packaging. To complement these services, i2a Technologies provides module and board-level assemblies, package and product design as well as quick-turn prototyping.
Contacts for Semi-Pac:
Steve Pollock, Semi-Pac., Sunnyvale, CA, Phone: +1 408 600-1496 Email: Email Contact
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