Semiconductor Engineering Magazine wonders whether Chiplet Technology is Good or Bad. Intel’s answer: Good, Very Good
Mark LaPedus, the Executive Editor for Manufacturing at SemiEngineering.com, recently published an article titled “The Good And Bad Of Chiplets.” From the Intel perspective, there’s only good. LaPedus writes: “With chiplets, the goal is to reduce product development times and costs by integrating pre-developed dies in an IC package. So a chipmaker may have a menu of modular dies, or...
How Heterogeneous Device Design and Manufacturing Leads to Success
By Patrick Dorsey, Vice President Product Marketing, FPGA and Power Products, Intel The following guest blog is based on remarks by Patrick Dorsey during a panel discussion on “FPGA Hardware Innovations” at the recent The Next FPGA Platform event, held in San Jose, California on January 22, 2020. One of the looming challenges for FPGA hardware design is...