APTA - Advanced Packaging Technology of America













 
About APTA - Corporate Overview

APTA is a US based Advanced Electronic Packaging Company providing Quick turn and High Volume Microminiature Electronic Packaging (MEPSM) Services to customers worldwide. The Company serves the growing demand for circuitry having high I/O count, high performance, small form factor, and high thermal management requirements. In addition the company supplies a line of high performance memory modules for the US market through its Mosaic division, and for the European market through its UK based HMP subsidiary.

APTA's high performance MEPSM solutions are designed to support the next generation of systems and electronic modules in communications (Wireless, Broad band, Satellite based etc), automotive, portable electronics, medical electronics, military and industrial applications.

APTA's Objective is to provide the fastest delivery and highest quality solutions at competitive price points. Our highly integrated, San Diego Based, ITAR Certified 40,000 sq. ft facility contains Class 10,000 cleanrooms and the equipment needed to quickly move our customer's designs from prototype to high volume. We work with customer-furnished materials or on a turnkey basis.

APTA's in house design department incorporates the latest software for layout, routing tools, simulation software etc. We work equally well with our customer's designs as our own. The applicable design rules are available on this web site, and can be downloaded or e-mailed.

APTA is a private venture capital financed firm, established in 1993, to serve the high performance segment of the rapidly growing Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) Market. Our mission is to actively participate in the ongoing consolidation in the entire electronics supplier chain, thereby providing better value to our existing and potential new customers. Since 1993 APTA has acquired 5 companies, Vitarel Microelectronics (1994), Hybridyne (1996), Pacific Microelectronics (1997/1998), Mosaic Semiconductor (2000) and its sister company Hybrid Memory Products (2000).