Chiplets - Taking SoC Design Where no Monolithic IC has Gone Before (WP016)

Description

The well-documented slowing of Moore's Law is the key driver behind the movement towards the use of chiplets in the design and manufacture of new, high-performance semiconductor devices. While the monolithic IC has been the ultimate design target for many decades, there have always been reasons to build certain devices with multiple die using multi-chip modules (MCMs), whether it was for additional memory capacity or to fabricate chips based on IP blocks that require incompatible IC processes.

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2019-04-04
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