ASE Malaysia expands facility for Image Sensor chip production
Penang, Malaysia. December 10, 2021. Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc., announced that its Malaysia facility (ASEM) has expanded its Class 10/100 cleanroom facility at its Bayan Lepas, Penang location. The expansion was driven by a strong demand for image sensor products over the past two years. With this additional capacity, ASEM is poised to grow its business with its key customers, especially onsemi.
Since 2014, ASEM has invested over US$52 million to develop the technologies and capacity for image sensors. To date, the company has shipped more than 200 million units of image sensors.
On November 26, ASEM organized a simple Covid-safe ceremony to mark the occasion at the cleanroom facility.
About Image Sensors
Image sensors are key components for a variety of applications. With the rise in sophisticated safety and visual features in automotive applications, the number of chips required in vehicles proportionally increases. This trend is driving the exponential demand for image sensor chips. To cater to the ultra clean manufacturing environment for these chips, manufacturing floors must meet class 10/100 cleanroom standards to prevent contamination to the chips. For more ASEM and product information, please contact email@example.com
About ASE Inc
ASE, Inc. (a member of ASE Technology Holding Co., Ltd. TAIEX: 3711, NYSE: ASX) is the leading global provider of semiconductor manufacturing services in assembly and test. Alongside a broad portfolio of established assembly and test technologies, ASE is also delivering innovative advanced packaging and system-in-package solutions to meet growth momentum across a broad range of end markets, including 5G, Automotive, High Performance Computing and more. To learn about our advances in SiP, Fanout, MEMS & Sensor, Flip Chip, and, 2.5D, 3D & TSV technologies, all ultimately geared towards applications to improve lifestyle and efficiency, please visit: ASE Group Website or follow us on Twitter: @asegroup_global.