Multi-Component IC Packaging for the Internet of Things
ELECTRONICS.CA PUBLICATIONS, the electronics industry market research and knowledge network, announces the availability of a new report entitled “The Multi-Component IC Packaging Market, 2014 Edition”. This report covers these important IC package technologies, including stacked packaging, through via technology, 2.5-D and 3-D technologies, and system in package, or SiP.
Having all the functionality of a video recorder, camera, cell phone, computer, and the ability to have Internet access all in one device which fits in one’s pocket is an amazing feat. Increasingly it is the IC package which is aiding the transformation in the way we communicate, listen to music, gather data, address our medical needs, and perform our everyday business needs.
Complex multi-component IC packages have added a new dimension to high speed and small form factor. The through via technology, also knows as TSV, or through silicon via technology, is an innovative method of connecting the die in these packages in which the die are vertically stacked, and will have the ability to usher in a host of new products with even higher bandwidth capabilities, thus being a “game changer” for the industry. This technology will allow for higher bandwidth, smaller form factor, lower battery consumption, and higher speed. More will be able to be accomplished with smaller handheld devices, including medical diagnostics which can be performed anywhere Internet or RF capability is available.
- Stacked Packages
- Through Silicon Vias (TSV)
- 2.5-D and 3-D Integration
- 2.5-D Interposers
- System in Package (SiP)
- Market Analysis and Forecasts, 2011-2017
- Key Application Forecasts
- New Product/Technology Introductions
- 32 Tables, 65 Figures
Details of the new report, table of contents and ordering information can be found on Electronics.ca Publications’ web site. View the report: “The Multi-Component IC Packaging Market”