Chiplets: A Key Enabler for the Next 10-20 Years

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Continued monolithic integration is expensive and can suffer from the defect density yield loss associated with large die. As a result, an increasing number of companies are turning to new architectures using chiplets to achieve the economic advantages lost with expensive monolithic scaling.

TechSearch International’s new Advanced Packaging Update (APU) details many advantages of chiplets and provides examples in production today as well as a preview of future end products. The report also provides an update on embedded bridge developments and a forecast for high bandwidth memory (HBM).

TechSearch International’s new report peeks inside Apple’s latest iPhone with a count of the wafer level packages (WLPs) and finds a surprising amount of underfill. Quarterly and annual OSAT financial trends are examined. The latest APU is a 45-page report with full references and an accompanying set of 52 PowerPoint slides.

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