We report on the CMOS-compatible hybrid III-V/Silicon platform developed in CEA-LETI. In order to follow the large-scale integration capabilities of silicon photonics, already available worldwide in 200mm or 300mm through different foundries, the development of CMOS-compatible process for the III-V integration is of major interest. The technological developments involve not only the hybridization on top of a mature silicon photonic front-end wafer through direct molecular bonding but the patterning of the III-V epitaxy layer, low access resistance contacts, as well as planar multilevel BEOL must also be investigated and optimized. Test vehicles for the process validation based on either distributed feedback (DFB) or distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) laser cavities were designed. A modular approach is proposed in order to minimize the impact on the already qualified silicon photonics devices. Next, a collective III–V die bonding and processing have been successfully developed in this platform. The collective bonding, based on a flexible template holder, allows for large scale die to wafer transfer in both 200 and 300mm. After the III-V substrate removal and III-V patterning relying on optimized dry etching processes, CMOS compatible metallization’s are used to realize ohmic contact on n-InP and P-InGaAs leading to contact resistivity in the range of 10−6 Ω·cm². While first demonstrations have been obtained through wafer bonding, the fabrication process was subsequently validated on III-V dies bonding with a fabrication yield of Fabry-Perot lasers of 97% in 200mm. A planarized two-metal-level BEOL was used to connect the devices, leading to a drastic reduction of series resistance between 5.5 and 7 Ω. Finally, the functionality of DFB and DBR lasers is demonstrated with SMSR up to 50 dB and maximum output power of 3 mW in CW. The overall technological features are expected improve the efficiency, density, and cost of silicon photonics PICs.