SOURCE: eSilicon


December 06, 2016 08:00 ET

eSilicon to present "Demystifying 2.5D ASIC Production" at 3D ASIP 2016

How to navigate the complex HBM/2.5D ecosystem, plus what's next for multi-chip integration

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - December 06, 2016) - eSilicon, a leading semiconductor design and manufacturing solutions provider, will present at the 2016 3D Architectures for Semiconductor Integration and Packaging (ASIP) Conference held in San Francisco, California, December 13-15, 2016.

Session 3: Memory Stacks and Applications

eSilicon will describe how it manages a complex HBM/2.5D ecosystem of suppliers and advanced technologies -- such as high-bandwidth memory (HBM) and high-bandwidth interconnect (HBI) -- for tier-one customers demanding very high-performance chips.

Patrick Soheili, eSilicon's VP, product management and corporate development, will present Demystifying 2.5D ASIC Production.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016
4:40-5:00 PM

Marriott San Francisco Airport Waterfront

1800 Old Bayshore Highway
Burlingame, CA 94010

About 3D ASIP
3D ASIP is recognized as the premier conference on 2.5/3D IC focused on commercialization and infrastructure. Continuing the tradition of offering cutting-edge presentations from scientists, technologists and business leaders from across the globe. For more information, visit the 3D ASIP conference website.

About eSilicon
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