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  • DDi ATE / BIB Technology Overview June 25, 2009 1
  • Notice Notification of Proprietary Information: This document contains proprietary information of DDi Corp. and its receipt or possession does not convey any rights to reproduce or disclose its contents, or to manufacture, use, or sell anything it may describe. Reproduction, dissemination, disclosure, or use, in whole or in part, without specific written authorization of DDi Corp. is strictly forbidden. All data contained within this document are subject to this restriction. Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 2
  • ATE/BIB Market Opportunities • DDi has been focused on the ATE and BIB market segment for some time. We have been working with our customers to understand their demand and technology requirements in this market sector. • This market is important to DDi as we are always seeking to expand our product offerings and leverage existing customer relationships • We recently announced that we have extended our capabilities and capacity with the acquisition of key capital and human assets to support the high end ATE market • This market requires specialized equipment and processing expertise in the following areas: – Material movement and layer to layer registration – Lamination process controls – High aspect ratio drilling and positional accuracy – High aspect ratio electroless and electrolytic copper plating – Very tight hole to copper tolerances – Understanding of customer’s design rules and requirements Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 3
  • Semiconductor Manufacturers Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 4
  • Multiple Levels of Semiconductor Testing 1. Probe Cards Wafer Level Testing 2. THB Boards Package Level Testing 3. ATE Boards Package Level Testing New Market Opportunities Package Level Testing 4. Burn-in Boards 5. System Boards Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 5
  • Probe Card PCB’s Semiconductor Wafer Level Testing Electroglas Wafer Prober 12” Silicon Wafer Close-Up Prober Manufacturers: Aehr Test Electroglas MicroTec Tokyo Electron Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 6
  • THB - HAST PCB’s THB - Temperature, Humidity, Bias testing is a reliability test designed to accelerate metal corrosion, particularly that of the metallization on the die surface of the device. HAST - Highly Accelerated Temperature/Humidity Stress Test. It was developed as a shorter alternative to THB testing. Trio Tech 6000X Pressurized Humidity Test Systems Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 7
  • ATE PCB’s Packaged Semiconductor Testing Test Equipment Boards have a number of names: 1. ATE (Automatic Test Equipment) Boards 2. DUT (Device Under Test) Boards 3. Performance Boards 4. Load Boards Teradyne Tester Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 8
  • Burn In Board (BIB) PCB’s Packaged IC Burn-in Three types of Burn-in 1. Static Burn-in 2. Dynamic Burn-in 3. Test & Burn-in Micro Control Oven Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 9
  • Introducing New Team Members • John Papagni, Director ATE/BIB Technology, brings 30 years of experience to DDi. Prior to joining DDi John was President and CEO of Technitron, a leading producer of PCB’s for the ATE/BIB market • Armando Ceballos, Production Manager, will be responsible for production training and manufacturing coordination of the ATE/BIB product line, Armando brings 25+ years of experience to DDi. • Keith Lal, Senior Drill Technician, will be responsible for driving drill technology and critical processing steps into the day to day operations at DDi. Keith has 20+ years experience in high aspect ratio precision drill processing of ATE/BIB PCB’s Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 10
  • DDi ATE Market Support • Dual site approach – Milpitas with additional equipment and engineering support – Anaheim by leveraging current technology and expertise – Share synergies site to site • In Milpitas…DDi has acquired, installed, and certified the following specialized equipment assets: – Lamination tooling for oversized panels – PLC controlled lamination press for tight tolerance heat rise parameters – High aspect ratio Electroless copper plating line – Large Format photo printer for oversized panels – Solder mask developer with high pressure rinse – High speed multi-spindle drill machines for high aspect ratio drilling • In Anaheim…DDi has transitioned flip drill technology and high aspect ratio pulse plating capability for this product set Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 11
  • Equipment – Lam Press Lauffer “PLC Controlled” Hot Oil Press Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 12
  • Equipment – Pluritec & Router Pluritec Inspecta X-Ray Drill Position Optimizer PDA Router Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 13
  • Equipment – Hitachi Drill Machines Five Additional Hitachi’s (Eight Total) Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 14
  • Equipment – Exposure & Planarizer Large Format photo printer MASS Planarizer Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 15
  • Equipment – Electroless Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 16
  • Equipment – SM Developer Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 17
  • Equipment – Testers Three Additional Flying Probe Electrical Testers Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 18
  • ATE Design Guidelines • ‘DDi Standard' DDi’s current everyday capability with no premium. • ‘DDi Advanced' = DDi’s current everyday capability with a small premium • ‘DDi Engineering' = product DDi has experience with and can build on request with a significant premium Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 19
  • ATE Design Guidelines Standard Advanced Engineering Layer Count Up to 30 layers 32 to 40 42 to 60 External Trace 0.003" 0.0025" 0.002" External Space 0.003" 0.0025" 0.002" Trace & Space Internal Trace 0.003" 0.0025" 0.002" Internal Space 0.003" 0.0025" 0.002" Drill Diameter 0.006" 0.006“ & 0.005” 0.004" Drilled Via Size Pad Diameter 0.010" 0.008" 0.005" 0.004" drill 32:1 Aspect Ratio 0.006" drill 20:1 32:1 0.008" drill 25:1 32:1 0.125" 0.200" > 0.250” PCB Thickness 0.187" 0.250" Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 20
  • ATE Design Guidelines Standard Advanced Engineering Min Outer 1/2 oz 3/8 oz 1/4 oz Copper Weights Min Inner 1/2 oz 3/8 oz 3/8 oz Max Inner 1 oz 2 oz 3 & 4 oz Max Outer 2 oz 3 & 4 oz 5 oz N4000-13 EP Materials Isola 370 HR N4000-13EP SI Rogers 4000 Nelco 4000-29 Polyimide 18" x 24" 16" X 18" 24" x 36" 21" x 26" 14" X 26" 26" x 30" Panel Sizes 24" x 26" 18" x 30" 21" x 24" 24" x 30" Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 21
  • ATE Design Guidelines Standard Advanced Engineering FaradFlex™ Embedded Passives BC2000™ Ceramic Filled Dupont HK04 E-Less Gold Electrolytic Gold, OSP ENEPIG Surface Finishes Lead Free HASL, ENIG Multiple Immersion Silver, Immersion Tin Finishes Solder Mask Clearance +/- 0.0025" +/- 0.0020" +/- 0.001" Solder Mask Opening 0.008" 0.006" 0.005" Via Fill/Cap Plate Non-CVF = Non-Conductive Via Fill 0.008" 0.006" 0.004" CVF = Conductive Via Fill Non-CVF & CVF Non-CVF & CVF Non-CVF Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 22
  • ATE Design Guidelines Standard Advanced Engineering Drill-to-Copper 0.007" 0.006" 0.005" Min A/R Drill + 0.008" Drill + 0.006" Drill + 0.004" Tangency Circuit to PCB edge 0.025" 0.010" 0.008” Plane to PCB edge 0.025" 0.010" 0.008” Routing Tolerance +/- 0.005" +/- 0.004" +/- 0.002” Edge of hole barrel 0.025" 0.020" 0.016” to PCB Edge Solder Mask Dam 0.004" min 0.003" min 0.0025” min Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 23
  • ATE Design Guidelines Standard Advanced Engineering Blind Mechanical Vias 0.006” 0.005” 0.004” Buried Mechanical Vias 0.006” 0.005” 0.004” Laser Drilled Microvias 0.006” 0.005” 0.004” Mechanical Depth Drilled Vias 0.5:1 0.75:1 1:1 Back Drill Yes Yes Yes Back Drill Depth Tolerance +/- 0.004" +/- 0.003" +/- 0.002" Stacked Microvias 1+1 2+2 3+3 4+4 Copper Filled Microvias Yes Yes Yes Conductive Via Fill Yes Yes Yes Non Conductive Via Fill Yes Yes Yes Impedance Control +/- 10% +/- 8% +/- 5% Sequential Lamination Yes Yes Yes Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 24
  • Micro section picture from 30 layer ATE PCB Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 25
  • Micro section picture from 30 layer ATE PCB Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 26
  • In Summary • The ATE/BIB market segment has been on our radar for some time as it extends our level of support to our existing customer base • Recent activities have allowed us to support the high end of the ATE technology spectrum • Dual site approach minimizes the risk to customer and allows for site to site synergies • The acquisition of key talent and specialized equipment set has enabled DDi to shorten the process development time to support the high end market • DDi is committed to supporting a broad spectrum of PCB products used by a multitude of customers and this product set will expand our offering in both regards Use or disclosure of information contained on this page is subject to the restriction on page 2 of this document 27