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2006-03-16 Memory packages eye cellphones
Micron has developed a family of multichip-packaged memories for smart phones
2002-05-16 Flash, SRAM meld in multichip packages
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. and Silicon Storage Technology Inc. have each tucked Flash with SRAM into multichip packages (MCPs).
2003-01-03 DRAM makers prep multichip cell phone memories
Eyeing the growing market for cellular phones, DRAM vendors are seeking ways to fold more non-volatile memory and advanced packaging techniques into their game plans.
2016-03-15 The endless pursuit of smaller packages
In this article, we explore the creativity in semiconductor package integration, while anticipating the release of the Samsung's Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 7.
2002-02-20 Atmel multichip RF receiver IC is multitalented
An RF remote-control receiver from Atmel Corp. can be used in keyless-entry, telemetering, and security systems.
2007-04-25 Akita Elpida claims densest multichip package
Akita Elpida Memory Inc. said it has developed the world's densest multichip package with 20 stacked die in a package 1.4mm in thickness
2007-11-12 Test system targets multiple memory MCP devices
A high-speed, high-throughput memory test system for MCPs has been introduced by Advantest Corp.
2012-05-28 SIA drafts global tariff policy
"We were able to agree that for the good of the industry and the growth of the semiconductor industry we should petition respective governments to eliminate tariffs all chips including multichip packages," said Brian Toohey, president of the SIA.
2007-04-27 SanDisk, Qimonda to develop MCPs for mobile apps
SanDisk Corp. and Qimonda AG signed an agreement to jointly develop and manufacture MCPs that target the growing market for high capacity, integrated memory solutions in data-intensive mobile applications.
2007-01-01 Samsung piles chips for thin MCPs
Samsung Electronics' advanced packaging technology piles 16 chips on top of each at an unbelievable height of only 1.4mm.
2006-12-18 MCPs drive today's handhelds
The adoption of multichip packages (MCPs) in such mobile systems as cellphones, digital cameras and MP3 players is nearing its peak, according to market research firm Portelligent.
2003-01-16 Disruptive technologies without disruptive price tags
The wide-scale adoption of MCP technology has been hindered by business and logistical issues, observes Kirk Fltow, Tessera Technologies' SVP for marketing and sales.
2005-07-15 Agilent proposes test solution for MCPs
Agilent Technologies unveiled its approach to production memory test systems at the Semicon West show.
2002-10-25 Tessera expands Hitachi licensing contract
Tessera Technologies Inc. has expanded the scope of an existing licensing agreement with Hitachi Ltd.
2007-01-11 Rad-hard 16Mbit SRAM MCM suits space apps
Atmel's new 16Mbit SRAM is packaged in a hermetic MCM for space applications, and was produced on the company's radiation-hardened 0.25?m CMOS process.
2006-06-21 MCP memory has 2GB NAND, SD card controller
Toshiba's new MCP memory with 2Gbyte NAND flash memory and SD card interface targets mobile phones.
2007-02-16 LIN node SiP rolls for automotive actuator apps
Atmel's new multichip modules combine an MCU and a LIN SBC in a single SiP designed for automotive actuator applications typically found in comfort electronics as well as in powertrain applications
2002-03-18 Fujitsu develops eight-stacked MCP
Fujitsu Ltd has developed an ultra-high density, multi-chip package (MCP) that can support up to eight chips mounted on a single MCP.
2002-11-13 Fujitsu stacked memory MCP targets new cellphone apps
The MB84VY6A4A1 MCP from Fujitsu Ltd stacks three Flash, one SRAM, and two FCRAM devices in a single 15-by-11-by-1.4mm case.
2004-01-23 Toshiba develops nine-layered packaging technology
Toshiba Corp. said it has developed a multichip package that can stack up to nine chips in its 1.4-mm high package
2006-09-01 Solving the MCP memory test challenge
Multichip packages (MCPs) are the standard for cellphones, with nearly all modern cellphones having at least one MCP. Using MCPs allows manufacturers to offer the new multifunction devices while maintaining small form factors.
2001-03-01 Samsung calls on NAND Flash for handsets
Samsung Electronics said it has started offering NAND Flash memory, used mostly as data storage memory in Flash cards, as an alternative to NOR Flash devices in multichip packages aimed at cellphone makers.
2007-02-22 SiP with 8bit MCU, LIN transceiver rolls for automotive apps
Aimed at LIN applications, Atmel's ATA6602 and ATA6603 multichip modules combine an 8bit AVR MCU and a LIN SBC in an SiP without internal connections
2007-04-25 Samsung develops 'first' all-DRAM stacked package using TSV tech
Samsung claims to develop the 'first' all-DRAM stacked memory package using 'through silicon via' technology, which will result in memory packages that are faster, smaller and consume less power
2015-10-26 Impact of wearables, IoT on electronic design
Today's IoT and wearable products must deliver ever-increasing capabilities in smaller packages with more aerodynamic shapes. Engineers will need all the help they can get
2002-01-11 Atmel remote-control receiver handles 1kBaud to 10kBaud rates
The T5743N remote-control receiver, a multichip PLL receiver with fully integrated VCO, is designed for employment in keyless-entry, telemetering and security systems
2008-06-18 Toshiba shuts down 200mm NAND JV
Toshiba is slightly scaling back on its 200mm NAND flash-memory production amid a downturn in the arena. It will mainly focus on its 300mm fabs to meet improved production efficiency for the company's overall semiconductor business.
2007-02-20 ST rolls out 'smallest' 65nm NOR flash memory
STMicroelectronics is sampling 1Gbit and 512Mbit 65nm NOR flash with what is claims is the smallest die size available on the market.
2006-07-06 South Korea's IT exports exceeded $50B in H1 2006
South Korea's exports of information and technology products exceeded $50 billion in the first half of 2006, the largest January-June performance ever reported, the Ministry of Information and Communication reported.
2006-07-18 Samsung expects recovery after profits tumble again
Battered by seasonal weak demand and tumbling prices, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd reported a second consecutive quarterly drop in operating profits.
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