"Technology Development in Today's Global Environment"

Polymer Ball Test Vehicle

Large Ceramic Polymer Balled grid array TV used for reliability assessment.

Meetings

“Global Collaboration” Over 120 Asian participants attend HDP quarterly meeting.

Projects

“SAC Aging II project – Photo micro-graphs of array package devices on reliability test vehicle after aging.”

Information

"2014 Progress Report" News Releases, technical articles, and documents can be accessed.

Welcome to the new HDP User Group website

The new website will allow members to more easily engage with each other on collaborative projects.

With a public facing portion for general web users, the site is also an intranet designed for optimized group communications and activity.

HDP User Group

HDP User Group is a non-profit trade organization that offers memberships to companies involved in the supply chain of producing products that utilize high-density electronic packages. HDP refers to "High Density Packaging."

“The Mission of HDP User Group is to reduce the costs and risks for the electronics industries when employing the use of electronic packaging.”

Members

With the new website members will have enhanced ways to participate and interact. As an intranet, opportunities for secure collaboration are greatly enhanced and members will have a variety of tools to help them in their project work.

In order to access the member only portion of the web site you must be registered. If your company is a member of HDP User group, please go the registration link for instructions.

Projects

Projects are the lifeblood of an organization like HDP User Group, and they are the main reason why companies choose to join. The knowledge and experience gained through interaction with other team members during the execution of the project, and the results generated by our projects are our major deliverables.

HDP is a project oriented consortium dedicated to improving cooperation of all levels of the electronic packaging supply chain including system integrators, contract assembly manufacturers, and suppliers. Collaborative projects are run in a domain where members can gain much more by joint activities rather than duplicating work in each member company.  Members share resources and are supplemented by a small project facilitation staff. 

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