Category Archives: 2.5D

2011: A great year for low-power design, wasn’t it? Part B

2011 was a great year for low-power design. I don’t think I can remember a year as good to low-power designers and I thought I’d devote this second part of my blog post on this topic to review some major … Continue reading

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2011: A great year for low-power design, wasn’t it?

2011 was a great year for low-power design. I don’t think I can remember a year as good to low-power designers. I thought I’d devote this blog to a review of some major developments in 2011 that made low-power designers’ … Continue reading

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What if 2.5D got really cheap? How would that affect low-power design?

Last week, silicon-interposer foundry Deca Technologies unstealthed. I found out from an article in the San Jose Mercury News and just published a blog about the announcement in my other blog, the EDA360 Insider. Deca is a subsidiary of Cypress … Continue reading

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