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Intel Launches Stratix 10 GX 10M; 10M LEs, Two Massive Interconnected Dies

Intel launches the industry’s highest-capacity FPGA; 10-million LEs comprising two large FPGA dies interconnected using the company’s 2.5D EMIB packaging technology.

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GlobalFoundries, Arm Demonstrate High-Density 3D Stacked Mesh Interconnect for HPC Applications

GlobalFoundries and Arm demonstrate a 3D mesh interconnect design using highly-dense hybrid bonding 3D stacking technology intended for HPC applications.

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TSMC Talks 7nm, 5nm, Yield, And Next-Gen 5G And HPC Packaging

An update on TSMC current and forthcoming logic process nodes as well as their next-generation advanced packaging technologies.

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Intel Introduces Co-EMIB To Stitch Multiple 3D Die Stacks Together, Adds Omni-Directional Interconnects

Intel is expanding its packaging portfolio with more advanced 2.5D and 3D technologies including multiple 3D stacks and omnidirectional interconnects.

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TSMC Demonstrates A 7nm Arm-Based Chiplet Design for HPC

A look at a high-performance 7nm Arm-based chiplet architecture which was recently presented by TSMC at the 2019 VLSI Symposium.

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Intel Process Technology And Packaging Plans: 10nm in June, 7nm in 2021

An outline of Intel’s process technology and packaging plans including their 10nm and 7nm nodes as discussed at the company’s recent investor meeting.

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Intel Looks to Advanced 3D Packaging For More-than-Moore to Supplement 10- and 7-Nanometer Nodes

At the recent Intel Architecture Day, the company unveiled their latest advanced packaging technology called Foveros, a face-to-face three-dimensional (3D) die stacking packaging technology in an effort to assist with the slowing of Moore’s Law.

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Samsung 7nm Enters Risk Production, Talks Roadmap, Scaling Boosters, and the ARM Ecosystem

Samsung gives an update on their 7nm EUV-based process, details the foundry technology roadmap down to 3nm and the ARM ecosystem that follows.

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Hot Chips 30: Intel Kaby Lake G

A look at Intel’s current generation of Thin & Light processors with high-performance graphics, formerly known as Kaby Lake G, from Hot Chips 30.

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