Trymax Semiconductor Equipment BV (Trymax), a global leader in plasma
solutions, today announced it has received multi-system orders for its
NEO 2000 and NEO 3000 series from a leading Taiwanese packaging house.
This order will expand the existing NEO install base at the customer in
Taiwan and allows Trymax to break into the customer’s fab in China.
Shipping of the systems will start in Q2 and continue during Q3 2019.
“We are pleased to receive this order for several shipments in two
different fabs”, said Jonathan Lee, General Manager of Trymax in Asia.
“Many companies claim to deliver the best Cost of Ownership but these
repeat and expansion orders are a concrete example that our solutions
are truly delivering it”.
NEO 2000 series is a dual chamber system for wafers up to 200mm. NEO
3000 series is a dual chamber system for wafers up to 300mm. All systems
will be configured with Trymax’s dual source plasma technology combining
RF and microwave to provide the best ashing rate and uniformity
trade-off. The dual source technology is the choice recommended by
Trymax for many wafer level packaging applications such as bumping or
Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging.
This month, Trymax will be sponsoring the Plasma Etch and Strip in
Microtechnology workshop (PESM) in Grenoble (France) in May 20-21, and
the SEMI Fab Owner Alliance meeting in Lowell (USA) in May 22-23. Trymax
will be exhibiting at the Electronic Components and Technology
Conference (ECTC) in Las Vegas (USA) in May 28-31. Staff of the company
can be met at these events to learn more about NEO series.
About Trymax Semiconductor Equipment BV:
Trymax’s core business is to support semiconductor manufacturers through
the world with innovative plasma-based solutions for photo resist
removal, surface cleaning, isotropic etch, as well as UV curing/charge
erase, that are used in the fabrication of integrated circuits and other
semiconductor devices. Trymax is a privately held company headquartered
in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Trymax operates regional offices in China
(Suzhou) and Italy (Milan). Learn more at www.trymax-semiconductor.com.