CIS (CMOS Image Sensors)

  • Introduction
  • UMC provides high performance, in-house CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) solutions to fulfill customer needs. UMC's CIS solutions include both 200mm FSI & 300mm BSI technologies with minimum pixel sizes from 3.2µm to 1.1µm, which can help customers save developing resources within the CIS supply chain and accelerate production cycle-time.

    UMC’s CIS solutions are adopted by world leading CIS companies in mainstream applications such as smart phone, portable device, computing, gaming, automotive, ambient light sensor and surveillance, etc. Our CIS solutions also provide flexible options such as an available CIS stitching process to serve special customer requirements.

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