The production of wafers is a complicated process. Even before getting into more advanced processes that result in products like InP reclaim wafers, there are still many steps that need to occur before a wafer is ready for use.
Today, we’ll discuss what you need to know about design, fabrication and manufacturing. We hope this gives you a deeper understanding of what wafer services your business needs.
Before a semiconductor can be fabricated or manufactured, it needs to be designed. At this stage of the process, the designers work to determine what functions the semiconductor needs to serve, and how the semiconductor can fulfill those functions.
It’s common for a business to design semiconductors with their needs in mind and then send those designs to a fab facility.
Semiconductor fabrication is the process of turning semiconductor material into a useable product. This is done by growing the product and then slicing it into wafers, which can then be cut further into the shape required for the IC the wafer has been designed for.
Once the semiconductor has been fabricated, it’s time for manufacturing. This is the stage where the various elements are put together. It incorporates everything from packaging to Quality Assurance.
You’ve come to the right place! At Wafer World, we’re committed to helping our clients get the wafers that are best suited to their needs. We’re one of the premier semiconductor manufacturing companies in the United States, and we’re proud to have done good work in this industry for decades.
Whether you have any questions you’d like us to answer or you’re ready to get a quote from a wafer you can’t already find pricing for on the site, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.