SkyWater offering 90nm mil/aero MPW runs

 SkyWater offering 90nm mil/aero MPW runsSkyWater,  the Minnesota foundry, is accepting design submissions for its 90nm readout IC (S90ROIC) MPW) programme, which enables quick and low-cost prototyping and design enablement, including support for ITAR designs.

The program is targeted for specialized aerospace and defense applications, LIDAR and LADAR and other applications ranging from automotive sensing, microbolometers and medical x-ray to augmented reality, industrial machine vision and security, among others.

Design submissions for SkyWater’s initial enhanced S90ROIC MPW shuttle are now being accepted with a GDS-II cutoff date in November 2021.




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SkyWater’s updated S90ROIC platform provides low noise performance buried channel transistors as well as native transistors, seven layers of metal interconnect, MIM capacitors (oxynitride and high-k), and both room temperature and cryogenic models (77-150K), which are necessary for use in space, aviation, and other high-performance applications.

For production designs or dedicated tape-outs, the process also supports stitching for large-format imagers, topside planarized contacts, through-silicon vias for in-pixel backside contact and radiation-tolerant options.

Volume ROIC manufacturing is available at SkyWater’s ISO 9001, ITAR-compliant and DMEA-accredited Trusted U.S. production facility.

“Our MPW programme addresses our growing aerospace and defense customer demand and provides a secure avenue for creating critical applications for national defense,” says evp John Kent, “the programme also offers commercial customers the reliability, IP security and high-quality manufacturing that we provide in our U.S.-owned and operated facility.”

For more information ON how to submit a design or if you have questions regarding SkyWater’s ROIC MPW program, visit: