first-level packaging

first-level packaging

[‚fərst‚lev·əl ′pak·ij·iŋ]
(electronics)
Electronic packaging which provides interconnection directly to the integrated circuit chip.
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The first tier will include microelectronics services and backend wafer fab; the second tier will be first-level packaging (single chip and multichip); tier three is second-level packaging (board level) and tier four is system-level packaging (box or product level).
Packaging of the integrated circuit chip, which forms the foundation of the modern electronic computer, is referred to as first-level packaging.
Packaging (Discrete packaging, Zero and first-level packaging, Wafer Level Packaging, other packaging techniques such as 3D).
This next-generation technology entails inverting the chip at first-level packaging by means of solder bumps, which both mount and connect the chip to the single- or multi-chip module.