2014 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 87-93
The flip-chip ball-grid array (FCBGA) package has been applied in the fields of high-end server and network systems to achieve high performance in data processing. The demand for high-speed data processing in the global IT network and cloud markets has also continued its rapid expansion in recent years, so there is a strong need for the further development of FCBGA packages with high performance in response. We have developed a flip-chip technology with Cu-pillar bumps at a very fine staggered pitch of 30 μm, utilizing non-conductive paste (NCP) resin to adapt the package for use with devices having large numbers of pins, at least some of which carry high-speed signals. The keys to this flip chip technology are optimizing the conditions for the reaction of the NCP resin under the die and the effect of melting the solder when making connections. The effectiveness of different heights for the solder joints was studied to confirm the reliability of the package, and the results and a description of the technology are reported in this paper.